Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Il.UI.JO.UJ XOTKS.'i I thence to Joncsboro where they cross the mince in hi* power. As WI' have said hd'lr'.1 time, h'lIlt'llr'ntl\ to promote the agri ,,'0 1l1;'a.v (:Oll It VIii toylt.W'I. : :,
conclusion that the road 1'lIllnrllll1l1,1 horticultural interests in that ___ *
Alabama: ('hntlUlOl'g'Hllall: ; thence direct it i is: a forgone \

C4Vrt.tTmsorTIIE1'ENU: : : : U1..\IlJ:A1I.xo.ttr- to Lost Creek, Walker county ; thence be built, and from the steps now being token direction.Hu TIH: KXIIIIUTIOX: or. HIP MIM.UK.S .n 'Ilfll
lL. 1,000 PEOPI.C:: GREKT ITS TIISCIOl't.: : ) to deep water on the Tennessee! at or below ere long the good 1<('ol'lt'"f' the Sti- ) ino.ss: in Gainesville is dull. This sen- t''iIH,1I: i' ismii..oI.7i 1: _

.':(Ir Tt'BXEn: :: TXKWI: WITH KxTiirst:: !' rrrx'urr 'fl1'l1mhiaueh:: we arc informed, is the +.,uiee region will have railroad: and those von doe! not compare\ : favorably, in the matter ii,,' 1:,(ilor of !ln' Mirror :

ETC.-At fifteen minutes past throe o'clock general line to be !surveyed. The work of who have lIerl'toI'tlw'n debarred of transportation of business: with any summer during LOMMIX: : KNti.AM:: : I', May: 2.1 t, 1St1.!

yesterday niter mon the last spike was driven II !survey has: already I begun.I Another account facilities will be enabled to !get the )past: four or 1 five )'t'\I"I. The I merchants\ This afternoon exhibition, which ban!

that connects Ocala l>y rail with Fo'rnandina, I I is that the road will take nearly an air line their produce into market as early as thoseof attribute the unusual: dullness to the great, been open since the Tuesday of last week I ,

:. ,k'-: and our citizens! began; preparations! to celebrate from Goodwnter to Uricrticld or Ashby station other, ami l now more favored, portions of loss the tn\l'kl'1'I1t\\0 sustained during the and which., for those capable of appreciating

r ;;+;. the event in a manner commensuratewith and thence through the ('ahaha tC Warrior the State. With this short line tapping the year, caused! by the severity of tho winter, it t, can scarcely bo surpassed: in interest,

: its importance.It coal fields, pacing below Syllacogga: it Suwanee: river at the liemitlof navigation: and the !present! drouth, and tho irregularity and closes: its doors! There are in round nuiu-

,$; was decided to meet the passenger train Shelby I Iron Works -The Troy RIIIIliffra connecting; with the Live Oak division of delay somewhere, in the transportation of h1'h'lI thousand miljers in the I'nitedKingdom

!sy at the depot with music: hurrahs, the clapping -s the certainty of the extension of the the.Savannah, Flnricll"t'h'rn: Hallway such produce as. was suitable to bo shipped and unless: they mind what they

** of handvaving of handkerchiefs Bruns'icklbanr: I'.iilroad: to Montgomery (which has not been taken up. as: was antic Gaincs\illo\ abounds\ with shade trees, shrubbery ire about, the next census: will see their

..,I speeches, etc. As the preparations progressed i is assured. On an air line this: road ipated by one or two jealous-hearted; gentlemen ) and (lowers. The grounds attached numbers! so diminished as: to bring them!

,1 the programme enlarged and it was would run a few miles below Kufaula. and Georgia) will give this portion of the dwellings and public buildings are largo into t accord with simultaneous dwindling i

decided to give the hands: a substantial tribute join the :Montgomery it Kufaula\ Union Florida one of the best lines for transportation and beautifully adorned.\ Tho streets are ranks of growers of wheat! in these:: island

and furnish refreshments: for the ladies. Springs, or run parallel to it as far as :Montgomery in the South-the Wayeross :Short Line wide, and tho free ci1'l'1I1.1tilllofnir through TIH1I1111\t Intelligent English: millers beginto

For this purpose, tubs of lemonade, barrels I ; but it is understood that under the not excepted. This road will bring us in direct tho town renders the situation very pleas- rub their eyes (in astonishment when they

of ice, kegs of beer, and gallons of whisky, charter granted the :rolltgnlll'ranel Etnf rm- and quick communication with Havana uht.\ Since the adoption of the law increasing see that high-class: American (lour-ground,

were purchased and freely distributed at thee' la, no railroad can run parallel to it withinsix New Orleans, Savannah, New York, ; the State I license for toe t sale of liquors, it may be Minneapolis: in' Minnesota, or

proper time. miles. This will necessitate the route of and the great Northwest, and, in fact, the only three or four parties conduct( tho business l1 l- upon the Hock river, in lllinoU-can ho of

'l'hroughtime kindness Mr.C.II.iS'illianms, the ]?lruns! \vick it Albany being changed. entire outer world. There i is much more hero.Payne's. fl'1'l'1111I Mark-lane prices! with which noKnglish

the gentleman in charge of the construction and it is: very probable l that it will l'rothe that could be said in regard to the 1 Importance Prairie, a vast n1''Iof dusty t soil, 1: : miller can compete; and, further,

of the road it was proposed to meet the Chuttahoochco at Fort Gaines: and pass near : of this road, but we deem' ;jt unnecessary two or three miles from Gainesville, has, that this American' (flour I is unexceptionablein

;;.a:+:'y(: passenger train at the Silver Spring junction. Clayton and through 1'1'0)to :Montgomery.It to say it now, so conclude\ by insisting! during! the past: few years, been metamorphosed its. whiteness lI1ell1the extreme powdery

,-','.: : :Seats:; were provided by the prompt exertionsof is the impression of those who ought to upon everybody turning 1'\111111 next'1'ucs. ) Into Payne's lake by the characteristic fineness of its: quality.
of the natural waterworksof
{,', .\.- j Mr. Jimmie Carlisle, and at .r>::15: six Hat know that the latter route will be adopted, day, and assist in laying: the foundation\ of a Florida.originality Tho lake i is twenty miles in circumference !- Tho spacious area of the hall at Islington,

'twr;/ cars, containing the members of the hand, and that the survey of the road will commence road our country needs so ranch.NOTES : is navigated by one steamboat extending over {four hundred feet in length

and three hundred; others, composed about within ninety days. Such a consummation amid numerous "'ail'l'SeI engaged in the by two hundred In breadth' is: completely
of ladies and started OF A TUAVULKnMIOfT t transportation: ; of early vegetables and fruit.The covered sections
of flour-mill
w',4 equally gentlemen, on would be of incalculable benefit to by actual
steamboat ran on a stump few days
the journey. The engine was decorated with this city, and the prospects of its realization STAUKK:, WALDO AM> UXKSVII.l.K: :, since and had,I not been gotten oft'by last !'l'- buiIdtngsrisirigsonnetilimes-tai In the Cllllt'of
the national emblems and wreaths of llowTS arc decidedly promising.South Alabamais IH'SINESS. ETC. port. Immigration I is increasing in this section n huge wooden model of u mill' erected by

prepared, by our noble-spirited ladies.: I on a boom with prospective' railroads: The GAINESVII.I.K; Fn.; June 10, 1SS1.To of country. Messrs.' Nuget it Kcamp: of Hnlllhurto R

u Among the decorations a monster alligator I'cnsacola it Chattahoochee Uailroad: being << the JMitor of the Mirror .- ee1l\cl'rllijJ Nearly nil orange with culture\\whom seem have to conversed be thoroughly height of five stories, u structure of which

pv bearing a Hag in his mouth The ride i surveyed, and undoubtedly be built During) the past few days I have t traveled convinced that it is destined, to increase the top all but touches tho lofty roof.

was pleasant and will always be remembered. : without delay. The Ilrunswick it, Albanywill considerably through the counties of Itrad- the wealth of tI.etute: morn than Around and on every side I is heard the. in

The passenger train was considerably: behind also be in course of 10\tiolll\llIl surveyin ford and Alachua in the interest,. of the ..Mirror nnv There industry 1'1' within dissatisfaction her borders. 'I eewanthuto: of machinery in rapid) motion,

time, which was somewhat disappointing, a few weeks. The Montgomery Southern incorrect some statistics published expressedconcerning by and wonder I is excited at new applications oT

but with this exception, everything passed narrow gauge is under contract for ten miles:, The present drouth has done more injury the! government relative to the yield of cotton )belting, and gearing, which.. t Iumucetbcirurigin\

off nicely. The band, discoursed cheering of its mule The Troy it. I'.lba: will have a to the vegetable crops! than any which etc., in certain sections: of the State to Hungary, Germany; Ih'nlllark11.1) the

music, nnd everybody appeared delightedand corps of engineers:, on it within !\Ixty.lay\, has visited. this sl''t\on'fur\ many years: Corn during bo ventilated.There the past. : )\1\1' Tho matter should United States, 11'hileadnniringtime. machini-

r happy. The Greenville, Elba; it Geneva i is in Ito is suffering to some extent, though not seriously is a great deal of interest to write ry brought to London from Minneapolis or

The return was!! as pleasant as the down prospective" without definite plans or expectations : while cotton seems to hiivu: been improved about ill this section, but I fear my letter is Uudd.iIVsth: I find that l Knglish': vigilance,

trip, and when we reached the station sev but may develop more rapidly : by the dry spell, and presents most: already too long! HcMilcs the- useful, the enterprise and Ingenuity have not gono permanently
bountiful prevails to u wonderful degree
('ralllllndrl'd' handkerchiefs were waving in than 1"Il\t The out 1 the fact to Thus at the
present contemplated promising: appearance. deplore .throughout, t this land,!, and strangers who sleep. commencement -
Junior of our IIrri.al.hl'lI the train look for the rapid development of this !section that certain warnings of the press have been visit the charming: region of t tho catalogue, appear several discriminating

J :stopped' and the passengers alighted.imyor, : t i is certainlyery lIatll'rillTIIC survey unheeded, and that the fanners planted I less( and instructive essays upon

Thomas. Gary, iu behalf of the people of of the route of tll'I'I'II'al'olatlalltic! corn this year than they did last It seems Home There never returning yet was, soolhly.scene swear so fair." milling-two of them, in particular, being

(Ocala delivered the following\ hastily prepared Railroad i is progressing: rapidly. .\ corps of that the farmers I think I tray know more\ I"', by Knglishmen): :Mr. J. Harrison Carter, of

address : engineers:' were at Geneva last Tuesday, and, about 'farming than the editors. do. iVrhaps 11urk-Imume" and 'Ir, Henry Simon, of Manchester -
llow-C'itieiii>, !< We have assembled this evening for theI'lIrl'ose We surmised brief
: in article last week
Chattahoochce by the loth of June.\ The of a certain entire bok: on the subject a TTic! first\ and most striking improvement. to
the arrival of the first
train of the Florida IVnsinsular )1'ailroad: to roalli expected to be completed by the first written by a promfiTent; ; ember of the that much of the dlHlculty in regard to the\ bo observed( F is that t the), old 1'urrstonot.s rapidly -

our town Tw'nlyliver"lIg'J this great of January, lSs:5.: )It is: understood: that, it 1 tress. bad condition vegetables on reaching; disappearing before its! wooden SUC.CCB-:

enterprise: was conceived and begun; by that will be located on the Alabama: and Florida I haveobserved many indications! prosperity market might'be f: Irm..IIIIIl'k to time shipping stir, the roller milling system. Despite the
distinguished, far-seeing and energetic citi
Zt'lof our :State: the HUll Daxid L. \"1I11'c.It line mir within five miles of it, for two- along; Iho route of tho Transit (load.Tho : point An intelligent corrcspondcnof prejudice of some in favor of coarse! and
completion\ been delayed, by causes i thirds of the distance.: Geneva will be on town of :Starke: is l progressing' rapidly.More the Gainesville! Situ and life fronm'.lica-' gritty flour containing hunk und kernel

not necessary! to be Il1l'lItiolU'llhl'f(', :11\,10111' I the 1'0Iltc-O,11111111118. lagttirrr.t ; business is being transacted there this sup gives the following graphic dcscrip, alike-a prejudice1 of which Miss Yates hns
county has :shared with other sections the ion of some of I the causes W hiI'II'ell t lIalc
State, and the whole South, in u general depression i I llui.no TO PAI.VTKA.-Now that time season than there usually I is in the summer.Iain in putting vegetables into market in bad order lt'l'lthe most outspoken cnunciator\ -thedemand
: of business) resulting from a change railroad from Jacksonville to this place extending informed that often during the 'fall, : for flume, or, in other words, (or pure
in the regime of affairs ; yet this great enterprise winter and early springtliemrrchantsIftime! : flour, I is undoubtedly on time increase) allover
has been safely completed to Ocala south is ;u certainty, the next connection I wish: you to publish u few lines on the
town work and night in order to the world.l In order
day supply to meet (this demand
,:' t through his indomitable. It extends the of importance tons is a 1'0:1111'1'011l'alatka \ so-called trolll.I1l'xi'ltlllJ.t in the trunsportution '
great artery of internal Improvement which to this place. This: is: a projed t their numerous tolll'r A gr<'lter11111I of thin present vegetable crop.It : and to keep his head above), wntor
I'lal''III'I in direct relation with the outside which think will into her of buildings are! now in process of erection is very natural that commission! merchants when brought into competition, with thcrpqulsitely -
we come seriously!
world in the town t than before : in York should complain to
ever during : white\ and delicately fleecy flour
Though, fl'lloweitizl'lIs'e have waited consideration when a !shipping point for growers of I bad! faith on the part orthel'lteulI':
long for this grand occasion, our most sanguine lumber and other heavy items of exportation anyone season. A prominent cilium of ship( lines: as' they have often hail to put ollt 1'1'1111the United /States, time Knglish mille.rmut
hopes and expectations will be more is found re'essity.: The road from Starke, who is a physician, and, a native of their cargo in bad. order. So far all parties last beginning to understand that he IU:
than realized in the rapid growth of our town 1'alatka to Gainesville and southward will the. place, )uronomuiccYthlYsect lOll healthful.. seem overlook the most! important reiisons at once have recourse to 1 new kind of machinery -
and the general prosperity of our county. why the steamship, lines ammo are not
1 lo. states that malarial fever rarely makes its! and to the
I believe it is Ga-the, the great German: open an immense lumber i business: and the to blame.: The fruit and vegetable business: ClIIpIOYII ltuhilk sifters -
scholar, who hays : "The )longer I live, the I long and expensive towage; from the St. appearance )here. The, same gentleman us- of Florida is destined, II' properly guarded, of new hoppers and new bolters, of
more certain I am the great difference between I Johns bar to I'alatka will constitute serts'that for ten )'c:1\411tJ: kept) the only drugstore to early become u source of largo revenue\, middling purifiers, and all kinds of delicate
men, the great rid I insignificant, \ is I I up one there was In "Starke, und that lie did both to tho growers and I transportation, and Ingenious ( such as hcnevor
of serious in the 'oltrivlUCel
energy, invincible determination, an honest expenses shipment of panics.: +, raid! any individual, firm or corpora'
purpose( once fixed and then \'jetorr8 ." the vast amounts of lumber to he manufac not, during any one year, sell more than lion who has (the means to own ami run It imagined before. The ngrlclllllrnlllll bun
.\ :your representative, it affords me great tured. A connection with this; place would nine ounces of quinine, und that somo years steamship 1 line has too much Intelligence II) often presented strangers from tho country
'pleasure to propose three cheers for Hon. not 1'alatka the terminus the sale of this article did, not go over four destroy, ,by pooling, curelessm-ss" or othercutist's with opportunities for amusing thcinxelvcB,
injure as the
David L. Yulce and his able coadjutors.Three is the very product whence their revcnutt
road for all kinds of OUlIl'CIi quinine always administeredto but It devoted to more useful:
rousing cheers folio wed,after which produce needing quick must come. In the second') ,place:, timelute fc'er'IS I
steam those who have malarial: fever, I the above spring frosts! have without fir dmr and instructive The exhibition bus
the band struck air. : transportation! or for passengers' and room purjMisc.)
up hallelujah I would out one of the best harbors fact indicates that t the disease! of rare occurrence nial rendered beans imperfect. Whether' shown that unless the millers of h Kngluml: ,
open on
The ladies had prepared u massive wreath this bus
their stability
in this district. Themis no hotel imperfection destroyed: Seotlruuiandreiundare(;
+( to crown 'Ir. Williams, as a testimonial of the eastern coast to the lumber and turpen against decay we have no; away of know rl.I'ulll willing
there is
at Starke.
their of his efforts in manufacturing interests!: along the line though great lH'l.luf one. ing. The third! and greatest reason is time open their eyes with intelligent alacrity in
appreciation hastening
of road The short distance between the ..\ suitable building of the kind would proven ) handling and other treatment at this end uf order to acquaint themselves with the manifold
the road forward, and Miss Maud Gary) was good n.c!>llllent. Northern people, und till line. Vegetables are lkk.llInI packedin Intr'sluenl into their
two could be
places: rail with
selected to present it, which she did in a spanned by newly sawed crates from green lumber) Illlrl\'t'IlltJ
others who visit the town .
cannot remain, LII. .
rivals, )long
most graceful manner. She said: comparatively small adilitiomil 'Xll'lIsl'.all,1 which is full of sap und other! nioi.sture. and fU1'lgl nothing can
J/r. \YiniaM add largely to the commercial improvement as there is not sufficient accommodation in that bv inexperienced persons, who are often preserve them (1'11 uhxotulo extinction 'If
this which
as a representative Accept of Ocala 1 garland am pleased to, of both places and time road.] "'0 would like the way of boarding-houses Kducution: isreceiving .I both ignorant and careless! of the natural) they will but consent to study the rapid
I : proper' attention I In (Stuike; ollilill CI&U'4IIf rlll'id.h''a)'. After allowing them in the number Hour
present to one whose earnest efforts have so to hear brother 'rail's opinion upon this to remain !in bumper baskets ut the end of );growth bugs-barrels
greatly assisted! to crown with success the subject.-St. Augustine Weekly the interior. There are two public schools the row in the sunshine until ready tocurry being no longer used-imj>ortcd into this

enterprise we to-day celebrate. In reply would say that we hail u railroad in the town and one private school.In them to the packing-houses, sometimes kingdom from the United States during the
After these ceremonies were ended, the conncwtion'frous I'alatka St. .\IIjutlinewith [ Waldo, the town next west of Starke crates are even filled) in the 11,1.1111! the sunshine last five years, und if, further, they will examine
railroad hands, numbering two hundred, on the Transit\ Iload, building is going on and carried to the house: to be nailed the Mijurh quality of the high,grade
delight; and in the event of a railroad
formed in line and presented shovels ; a from Jacksonville direct to the )latter place, quite extensively '1'hemereliantshcrestte. up.Hut the greatest of these home disasters I.prl.llltlC..I U American flour which: is now .lowing( into

speech was made to them, paying; 1Ju..t it will follow in the removal of the iron rail that business! U fair for the "dull season." In hauling. to the lakes and railroads this country, it Is not 11111,1. .for them. to

t tribute for the part they performed In thereat from Tocoi i to the St. Augustine nn.ll'alotklroael. The architectural! \ style of the majority of I ) ; they are put unto 811 upell| wagon with cling any )longer to the old and outworn
enterprise ; the bungs to the beer kegs \ the buildings in Waldo is tasteful. Houses the sun's rays |ouriiig ulOIl1I| the !boxex, suf-
Our enthusiasm just now, however, licieiit to roust an egg, and thus curried from tr.l" tr.lilolt In' wl.'h, :from boyhood I,
were knocked in, and every one invited is the construction of our I'alatka and Indian and fence are kept neatly painted, and the three to twelve miles, to be 1.Ill'l'lllll a boxcar they have tJ1 nurtured and which wl inevitably
to help himself freely. After which it was river road. The town presents a cleanly cheerful asjxft.The ) of near the name temperature, where) )land them in ruin tliyystubbornly
announced that the occasion would end witha are alreadyon Wuldo Hotel is a handsome: building, they are to remain from 'ten to thirty hours i in the old routine to rtic
the route and from all that persist
dance we ran longer without ventilationstlicn to be placed:
at the court-house. Mr. Crutch- .
and I Is conducted. There in
learn, this road will be built just as soon lut properly no upon| the I'll'Uftlt'rs.fIIl the result I I. when end.
field, our worthy sheriff, took it upon himself school in the there ,
the oute i U )laid out. Hrother town at present though they go aboard the tteumcr they are moist,
to put the hall in order, which he did ( we U a great desire among; the citizens to secure hot and I flabby, and no wonder they reach TIIK I'KSSACOM. CASK.
give you u fraternal grip, und (hail the) An "
in New York in bud order.
creditable style, and at the present writ. one and a competent teacher: could doubtless The charter of the city l
cient she J'elsl"
City, as is tlleUl't1fl'tohl'nl'ort toour I.et j eople plant' less but better preparedland
ing, 2 a. m., we hear the sound of violins city. Let us have the railroad by all means.! establish a tine school here in a short ) tut development{ will be |'erfect. Let hug 1,( i and the noise of flying feet.-Otala Jianner. IWntk Herald. while. From the centre of the smaller one them buy their crates in advance and hate tore. It occurred) to *)m>. of the astute citizens <

The Columbus t Western (formerly Savannah of two pretty qurlrxsituatencurtheprincipal ) ) th'fIIltt'IUoIIIJ"Ill1l1t1 dry. hat them pick and that tie) Wl.r. now In safe ]>' jack; ; with the best of cure. let them haulin 1
A Memphis) w on the move Ins The Live Oak Bulletin says ; We hOI| avenue of the town, tower* a very ornamental covered wagons adapted to the purpose. agaln.-t the I'ru-Cl of law I will bo rtvnietted -

tnictions were given, as stated by the Talladcga that all the incorporators) of the Lire Oak & flag pole upon which the "E taro: I>'t the railroad (w mjtunhti provide ventilated / that the charter of the city of Mei,<\-

J.ej.orter, early last week to the chief Rowland's IllutT Railroad, and, in fact, ev and) Stripes" are hoisted when it f is known can, und) till ImrnN will oon 'have reason 'lo ihU, T.II1" al>oli .hi.| under a timitaregixljtlvc
engineer of that mod to proceed f immediately ery citizen in this, and other counties who that any distinguished Individual is on the I, rejoice in the micces of the vegetable bnxliie Cllctlh."lt, We I"II thut the
M. The it I lit now the whole thing
to survey the route from (i'J water to crosstheCooKa are interested in the 'nterl'ri..e-an' everyla1y train. A citizen add! me that the flag was from begiammliig;, wuy to end tand't. half cucki: !, Supreme, (:mrt of Tunmt-e has mvnllycinlmsl

a little above FortV'illiamnv, so a* in the county should be-will Lear in raised 1 when Grant passed by, and that the The grower!: i>htnU too much and too \\u, it u decision) holding that the present
tlH'Onnectith the Shelby Iron Work Uoad, mind that next Tuesday, the 7th jn>t, i.. the tame compliment would b. tendered Jeff.' land. The mill taw nu crate until thevegetable < I axing district government in liable tt snit

which has been extended down nearly to the day set ajiart for a meeting to thoroughly D-ivU if he fchould 1 I paMr.. I'. IIIlgllh'-"II- are time ready tocoverthdr In hip.wagon The. Theruilrou jrrowrrshaven't [f the old! debts of tn.I! city of Memphis."bU ) .

Ooosa. This will give them fourteen or fifteen di.scu.ss; the matter/ and to settle uj' m some rifer This. a compliment, and he might consider
mile of graded road from there to Co- definite course to I'urltut' This meeting U it it CUIIICfIIUe.I1I11J1lt'11lalit compliment. IIhll' have to brarall the blame hmuiMs little ,"Uryin4| lumbiana, where they will cross the Selma, one of vat inij ortance, and every citizen Tim canal and railroad connection; I' they fr furtt. deliver them in bad order.Tb Iroate I .ull.laton ofJ'cm.aeobtwhm r ttl' {liCthimdaum.t

Horne & Dalton Railroad thence to Siluri, who possibly can should attend and at Waldo materially\ f u-iliwte \growth. I shIPs!, uomniitxion are sorry. the men railruwl.are vextil dill,,'t tW!eare tmm-, alum Mfin (to l he U'f| time built*t plane of no"..

where they rr"** the South and North : render the ,,) | orators all the as.it-i The canal tap the rich Santa Ft Lake *s" I fie grower look in vain for him f' f'fJ<<1c. I ell.1 l| '&1..

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I it srjirxa 11.11.\---- in her exquisite) : contralto voice and Charles Call it be in the third room ?" said he The three years' engagement was almo!lover. Drood Monk had. fallen n victim to his
sat beside the piano with eyes and. ears entranced. to himself, "where all the best works arc Early in September Charles calmCI own black schemes of vengeance.Charles .
Afterwards! they talked of art. '11I11 hung; ? Well, be it ever so much skied, or inever his promised bride. Mary had t Frampton was never able to give
Here comes from sable skies the pattering' Miss :March !showed. an interest and acquaintance so dark Corner, it i is still a great honor !strong desire to visit New York nnd. as a coherent account of how he got off that fatal
SM I rain, with the I'lIhject'er! agreeable to have it there nl all." money was no object. tn the menage of this scaffolding nnd regained; his Ilt.1 Wh1
f Wliich stilkes with fitful blasts my window to the young artist. Entering gallery No. 3 his glance was immediately happy couple( she hail,I her wish. Charles lie got there he was in n raging which
IHUIP, When they took their leave nt night, the ('urriclt'to the top row of pictures. took her to New York for a three months' lasted many weeks, and in In's delirious ravings -
I J Making (lie earth no fresh ami. glad; ; councillor shook Charles warmly by the His quick eyes scanned. them in an In!>tunt. honeymoon.. the whole terrible story of the strugglecame
: /'living (lie licurt so cold,. and !sad ; hand, and assured him of a welcome: whenever Not there 1 Then he ran successively!! into About a month after their nirival the out. When he rl'o\lret he found
A Hood of tears with wailing; deep' ami loud, he chose to come again. eacli of the four corners of the room As he young husband' went out one morning to himself a hero of romnlce.
From troubled bosom of the thunder cloud. Young Frampton fancied that :Mary s was turning away, with a sinking heart, lie purchase tickets for a much-lauded entertainment And Mary, to preserve her husband and
? See it rain 1 dark eyes brightened, her father's words, was struck by the extraordinary attitude of to take place thai night in Fifth herself from public exhibition had to make

; it hurries to the distant hills! and the color rushed! quickly to the young admiration into which a little old gentleman Avenue Theatre. He had to pass through t clandestine escape to the vessel which
Away solitudes the rills man's brow as he bowed and thanked him. had thrown himself before some picture Madison Square. lie had hardly entl'ret it brought thl'l home.
Unbinds in tripping
: the ; brood j "Charles," !said Alderman Frampton to which occupied a central position on when he found himself face to his Thus ended Drood Monk's Revenge.AM .
against eagle's
Sweeping; ; ) ; the chief wall. Stimulated i by he old and rival Drood. :Monk.
: the monarchs of the wood his soiu, when they were rolling i smoothly curiosity master recent ,
i !f / Whilst Mending from: the; : forest: tCIII pI CIi' running; homeward over tin- l'ih'II"J1halt, how old. approached: the !spot.' Was he dream'ing ? To his! surprise, for the second time in hislfe Jrf 'XlS1XSS > 3IAXL1XLSS. *\
are '"Ollllext birthday' ?\' He paused: turned. hot and cold 'by turns- the artNt hltllut his hand. As begins. to be he
boy boy
cnvcs: the started<< forward. It till rage. There Welcome World, :\fr. Framp soon as a I
I A river's horn on dead. nnd rustling leaves. "Twenty-three replied young man, was no begins lo imitate the men around him And
Sec it rain surprised: at the illterro atlon. was his own picture, in its unpretcnded' ton," said he. "And' let me congratulate jouon ; that is all it is the he
: only way
Ha and 1 1'OU have been making money frame, linngtnfl, on the line installed in the having attained the happiness to which of ever tilt ; n man himself. Hut oh Ill!
The joyous meadows rise with blades! of with your brush these two years," continued : very midst! of) the magnates; of art. And I, ignorant of your prior caim.IIS once what mistakes becoming some boys make about it.Hoys .
green; the old man leaning back in the velvet- bewilderment of bliss there was an official daring enough to aspire '! le nre always anxious to imitate the
Where violets! and buttercups. arc !Il'l'n. cushioned: carriage and surveying his son card" stuck in one corner bearing the words, that \01 are on the high road. to fame andfortune.1 pleasures of They WIlt! to ride, a horse
In another two 'l'nI'S going on at the same Purchased by the President nnd Council of II'l
Peeping; above the tender' grass ; ; like a man, shoot a gun like n man, nnd
1 will have moderate income. Not the Koyal Academy. under the terms of thoChuntrey "I have fortunate, Mr.Monk,
I Watching; the cows as on they pass rate, you a bl'en.llticed, like a man, and even this would not
Aeross the stream, nnd" shake the polished that 1 expect your own earning; to suilice Request. said I the young; man gladly taking; the proffered cress bad, but many boys have a dreadful
horn, altogether.' I have: ,not squandered' my Excess of joy made Charles Frampton almost baud' ; !ut I should be ungrateful propensity for 10plng': the frivolities
anM And seek a !shelter near the garnered corn means and I shall be in a position to supplement delirious.! He walked from one side of were I to forget that it is to 'Ol I owe the vices of men. They wish to smoke nnd all
How it rains yours to whatever extent may boneedful. his picture to the other ; he retreated ; he sccrel of my success." chew tobacco like a man, drink liquor
I ; advanced closer to it ; he looked at it in An indefinable expression pa sed over the like \ lik'a
lo swear n man, lo light
The storm groans as if struck with wrenching Charles i inclined! his head in wondering silence. every possible light, and forgot all but his listening master's! face. mal, sil late like man to
lo a ,
I believed that he said, quickly man, up swagger
pain happiness.ThO ,
I I nnd bluster like u man, to read \ile books
The.city !smokes beneath the, driving; rain ; Councillor March nnd I were boys together : little old man, whose a.1mirtiol. of "I should consider myself sufliciently rewarded. like to be obscene in
,. i i Rattles upon the !.sounding; roof; ," pursued Alderman Frampton. his work first ntlracted the young artist to a and in short to conerntlonlike
Washes the weary altering( ; hoof; I remember: haying heard you .say so before it. hud moved on, and the place; had beentilled There.was so curious a difference in the a lan from, men, that is to copy everything -atid

f I Whilst littered gutters rising: ;, gurgle and ," responded' his son."And by another, without the change being; beginning and ending of this pcl'ch-so that will curse after it is easy copied. copy And this
f j roar ho is a man of 511''Jhtalll't.'." perceived by Chares Framplon. Hut, suddenly much passion and precipitancy in the commencement is what I is called mannishncss,
'J t With great tides that had !swept the earth If So I should ""ppn c." 111 will, hiseyes were !such studied courtesy! in the! There arc some boys who delight in
/1 ; ? before. Mary will be coheiressitli! her broth attracted to the newcomer ; arid in the pale close that Charles started, mil the noble traits and actions of copy
t I How it rains continued in the then in the face. "tar'lllllrJlr.IIII ing men
t. } er, Mr. Frampton same eIuntl'IHl1'e. quickly averted the speaker's I ambitious be
around them. They lire lo as /
t' : \ strai artist his Therewas and'impenctrable' as the
II young rerogni/ed
r: :' ... The. storm, though cold, and looking sadly Charles bowed again-this time more nervously !something).; in the :mn1tl'r.of DroodMonk's "I, too, have struck on Jhil1x's. of luck," brave as I lan at a'l fire midst or in of battle, to be as
oXlre-lsiol in the
.. drear than before., ( face something continued II'. Drood, uferllilute'/ e.It ('ooln a man: danger nncex-
-; ,j ) Unveils the features: of the blushing year ; The old( gentleman; I leaned 1 forward in his that made his heart stand !still and sent a Have you:seen the lew fUSl'UI recently citement, and to show the a
t' ( Clothing the fields in joyous bloom ; carriage, his hands: placed on his knees and shudder. OV'r him from head. to foot. What erected at the end of this square ?" man in enduring great ph'slcall'aln' tohave
:\ I Scenting; the morn with rich perfume; his face within a few inches of his son's sitting was it ? Charles looked around helplessly, Charles replied that he had seen the exterior as much physical' strength as a man, to
And through this world of struggle, toil and ; opposite.: !seeking an explanation. He found it sooner in passing, but had not been inside."I run as fat as a man, to do as much business: :
\ \ din, Make her your wife, my boy ?'' than he Looking; upward he perceived have been entrusted," said Drood ns a man, and. be ns shrewd in t bargain asa .
: .- f Letting the months of fruit and grain come Charles started. back: staring."Sir I'XI'Clteel with his own picure. Monk, with the superintendence of the interior man to write like a man, and' to speak as
ill. ," he stammered.., "I-I marry Miss but so far above it as to appear decoration. My 'Meeting[ of Arthur wisely and correctly ns! a wan, and, in short, :
t' Hlcss the rain the of his and Guinevere last by to copy everything; from men that is noble I
March ? Ill'omparisnn. grand canvas master purchased year t
i -J. Hazard J[art sell, in Buffalo/ Courier.JtUO works of art nnd And this is what i is! called man
"And pray, why not sir? exclaimed the -"The Meeting( of Arthur nnd Ouinevcre. committee appointed to collect ul'ful
f' alderman, sharply. "She:; is all that the ." is to occupy the place of honor in the painting "
And oh what difference there is betwcen ,
1 On }IIONl 'S KEVENGE. most fastidious: man could desire in point of Then he understood ; nnd the glare of gallery, and I am now engaged on a his a -:
)position, education, temperament and. appearance. Monk's dark eye and the quivering passion torical fresco which is to cover the entire the fruits The of mannishnc mannish: s IIndlllnll
I'I The father of Charles Framptou was an : She 'hasn't: her equal in the city. of his lip haunted. him for the rest of the ceiling. Will you come in sOle day and ness in boys. :
J alderman of the city of London ; his mother Now Charles: if I thought you had been: day nnd pursued. him at night in his dream!. give me your opinion upon it ? very soon into a fop thief., or a He drunkard is fortunate, or t
-whom he only knew on canvas: as a frag such a fool as to form some discreditable. attachment hit he would not damp the domestic tri ; Frampton expressed himself much loafer, or perhaps a ,
ile girl of nineteen, for she died soon after without"- umph in his success! by the least lint of honored by the invitation and fixed upon indeed if he retains his reputaton. his purse,
I his birth-was: the daughter of celebrated You quite mistake me, sir," interrupted what had cast so deep a shadow his the following morning for the visit. his employment, his ILl'rtr life lothe
painter.Mr. the young man, eagerly. I never saw a own exultation. And Monk's[ jealousy! could His first and most natural impulse was lolell years of mature Illhool1. He has a goodstart
Alderman had amassed not rob kisses his wife of Ibis encounter. on the road to ruin for body and soul,
Framplon a woman cared for till to-night. Hut do you Mary's of their sweetness.Nevertheless surprising
,, I large fortune in trade out for his! BOH! and think-how can I dare to hope-she will the young lan shrunk from Hut something-perhaps a delicate reluctance for time and eternlt".) ,
child Charles he chl'rbhl'lllream of the ordeal be recall mind the Hut the manly can confidently count
only : care for me? must go through of meeting to to Mary's memory
ambition in which, fortunately' the lad's! : Don't despair till you've tried her. Low Hie associate in his studio next morning.; of I man who had offered her unwelcome on nn opposite career. He will grow every
own tastes led him to participate' -he wanted lier men have looked higher," said the alderman To his amazemenl, howe'er.Ir.: Monk: Jove-restrained him lie found sOle older day in the confidence nnd esteem of his !su- \
\ him to become a great painter, like his resuming his good-humor. "And, received him with I graciousncss quite new innocent pretext for going; out fo an hour pe'riors he will be promoted in business, he
r ; maternal grandfather. unless 1 am very much mistaken, March to his demeanor. Advancing, and ed'ld- the next morning, and left her in ignorance.The will enjoy good health lndlolg I life, and
Let but Charles will be well with son-in- his hand he with smile not to the public when is dead his memory wi be fragrant
t me see n piclurc : enough )pleased a ing; !ail, a Wel museum! was yet open
,, Framplon hung) on the line at die Royal law of my providing.; As for missy' she I isa done, Charles lrlunplol ; your success and )Ir. :Monk was waiting for his old and blessed.
Academy,"' !said his: father, "and I shall die woman, and therefore to be won.' proud triumph your master !" pupil ut the 11001 with the heavy keys in his' Various meals of preventing mannishncss
1 content" Tho carriage/ had by this time reached Mr.Framj The fingers that closed over Charles' were }11H1 They passed in and )turned the may be recommended to boys. Among other
t So, at the ago of sixteen\ the boy was removed >ton's house. As the alderman alighted rigid, the tones vibrating in his cars were I he lock ; let them keep as much as possible in
: from Harrow and entered as U !Itllt his last words to his son were, "Try her, harsh the smile that smote him on the eyes: "I like lo bo secure against; impertinentintrusion the company of their own fathers, and of
dent at the Art Schools of South Kensing: ; Charles-try her !I" were steel-like. ," lie remarked with t llll'. other good; and true men. Let thl'l give
J: t ton. There ho made such rapid progress From that time the young; artist became a That spring; young Frampton's period of The Madison Square Museum was u hand- heed to what their elders nnd superiors admire
t that in less! than two years ho obtained I I'onstant'IIltor: at the house of CouncillorMarch. tutelage closed, and he took final leave of sonic building in that Florentine style imitative and condemn in boys And above all
I. bis passes and been admitted: a probation I [ It was large, red. brick mansion the ntrller of his singular master. of the antique, now so much in vogue things let them studiously avoid. the 1'011-
\.f er into that 1'arnassus! of art stu l'lIts-the of the ( IIl'CIInne period with a great garden They parted 1 on good terms, for Charles for public edifices. I contained three halls ny of mannish hOfalni..hll''s: \'n'
Academy schools.! running down to thcThanics. The windows was too grateful for the II trll'tlol he had. opening into each ot contagious) ond every manly boy' should;
At Burlington House[ he remained. long OYcrlooked the river, crowded with received not to .do his utmost to keep peace The central one was the painting; gallery. avoid n mannish boy ns he would 'hll'e' 1Cllrrt
enough to earn the medal of life-student- merchant vessels, from whose: lIIa!>Muttered with the teacher. In the middle of it a lofty scaffolding was and l/rJIC.
;' !.hlp, when, it being; represented to Air.Frampton the Hags of half the nations in the world. A year went In". Charles Frampton and erected, that seemed almost to come in contact
'f I that u temporary! transfer to the Tall poplars' thick with foliage, lined the Mary( March began to talk of theirupproaching with t the roof and above was to be seen VXCLU HEMUS' LATEST
atelier of a clever painter' would bo of service sides of the garden, and the sunlight flickered ; marriage e and Councillor March( declared the charcoal outlines of what promised lobe
to his son, tho young; man obtained an introduction through: their '('aeUpOIl the spacious that he must have his chilli's' porlraitpnlntell. a noble fresco. : OLD I\N TELLS : LITTLE BOYH AUOVTMR.
"if to the studio of Mr.\ Drood Monk drawing-rooms of Mary's( home. to console him when the original Would. you like lo come up with me, or Tit : Tit
\ U newly-elected' associate of the Royal There, through the ''ong su IIIl11l'r even Ing should be carried off by an avaricious: hus nre you afraid of vertigo? said Drood I'lllT:1 Tit: LITTLK GIIIL.
'1 Academy. when the studies. of the day' were over, hand Monk Whl'l his young: companion had sufficiently What did the Rabbit do after that ?" the.
f .Although not more than six or scvcu-and- Charles used: to sit with her beside: the open Thereupon, glad of the opportunity to admired his handiwork. little boy asked presently.
twenty years of nge Mr, Monk had earned window watching the rippling river and the show himself: friendly, Charles recommended .I will go up" he said and followed the Now, den, 'OI wan'ter push old Hrer
t' considerable: distinction as a portrait UI\lllig- rising moon that tipped. the mastswuul< city his old master, and )[r. Drood Monk was painter up flight after flight of the fri Rabbit too close. replied Hlcll' Hemnslgl
ff ure painter of the pro-Ruphieliteschool. There spires with silver. There they read together invited to undertake the task, which would structure I, nificantly. "He mighty tender-footed cree-
was fresco of his in the bjiiqucting hall at from the passages: of their favorite poets, have afforded the young lover himself the At last they reached the summit. The I. turf en de mo' w'al you push 'im dc fudderhelefyou.
\ \ ( liirniinghani, and another in (\lie antechain'berat and counted the lii-st pale stars 'that t trembled greatest delight, hllllll been able to perform planks \\'I'reo near the ceiling thai lo paint ."
\ Westminster! while for portraiture he into life. It it. Hut his line was landscape not portrait the artisl had lo lie extended on his Jack Therea' a prolonged silence in the old
numbered among his patrons some of the It was: a happy time ; but there came at painting. He could depict I gnarled; oak Charles gave a glance at this platform and I man's cabin unti. seeing that the little boy
I ," most distinguished: \ members of Parliament last a time still happier, when, one soft September trunk all seams and. scars far better than then descended to the flight below, where he i was growing: : enough to cast several
t, and the Peerage And from the fact that ho evening as they sat nlone, conversing the !smooth, soft, pearl-tinted skin of his waited till Monk rejoined him curious glances in tho direction of the tool-
It was building; himself: a grand houie in Holland in un frequent whispers, and listening!: to darling Mary' "That is abominably d.1glrou' work," chest in the corner, Uncle HI'IH: lifted one
J Park, there could bo little doubt that the beating; of each other's hearts Charles Hut from the tlss: :March( took n lid Frampton, shuddering. I almost wonder leg over the other, scratched his head reflectively
I ill Mr. Drood Monk was! amassing! wealth equal told Mary that ho loved her and she, in answer strong; dislike to the unaccountable, von care to undertake it." and began :
to his fame laid; her young; head upon his breast, too, since Charles had locked up his suspicion i la I am not n married man, you see.Hachclors "One time, after BreI Rabbit done bin .
I Still he was not a happy man. It was with a sigh of sweet content, us if willing to of Mr. Monk( in the silence of disownbreast. : .can afford tobevenluresome," responded trompin roun' up some sallid for ;
whispered among the 'pupils that the mas-: let it lie there forever. Vainly ho tried to combat her un Monk, with a grin "So you think ler make out his dinner wid he tine hissc'f '
ter's! life bail been embittered by Just the alderman had Councillor She answered perch he continued, in do
an unlucky as predicted, reasoning I'pugnancl' every my tangl'rou., upproadlilp neighborhoods l'rfr: :Man hou-lC! enhe
t :( loveall'air in early youth, that he had been :March gave ready sanction to the betrothal argument by saying, with I shake of '"'rgoldln ; edge of the Icalf.Jld- pass! 'long twel he come ter de gyardin- \
.engaged to u lady of extraordinary loveliness specifying only that the marriage curls- ing. "Well, perhaps a fall from here on tho gate, en nigh do gyardin-gate he see Little'
) who hud jilted hint for a fortune and a should not take place until his daughter had I do nut like tbee, Doctor Fell. Minion ties below wiiulil entail disagreeableconsequences. Gal plavin' 'roun' in de sun. Wen Hrer 0
j title.He attained her twenty-first year. It seemed a The reason why I cannot tell, I ." Rabbit look 'twix de g 'trllin.paln's en seede : 1
came from! Llenryssul, on tho borders long time to wait ; but Charles! consoled Hut I do not like thee Doctor }, !" Fearful !" responded Charles, with a colluds en de sparrer.grs vuthor I Ig'ar.ln'
i of Wales, when : man and from himself with the thought that he in 'cl shudder.
very young might I I cannot tell why, but I can more truck growin' dar hit make de f
'If' f; that time bad thrown his whole interest t, energy the meanwhile make u name in his profession. help disliking Drood Monk( than-10 than I I suppose we are between a hundred and. wlter. Den he take en walk u ter S
; : and ambition into the vocation lie had He intended next to send and two hundred feet above Little )
; { spring a loving; Charley Frampton. ninety: the level Gal Hrer Rabbit did. on his
J! tbosen.As picture to the Royal Academy, ami if it was 1'lL.\ hell the argument always ended- of the ground" pursued' Monk, meditatively. rO.ch. en bow en scrape his foot pul talk
't ; a teacher Mr. Monk was most conscientious. accepted that would be a first step towards withn kiss.Drood mighty nice en slick.
'it Ho kei>t his live pupils constantly tho fame he wanted to conquer for Mary'ssake. ( Monk hail won the reputation of Charles Frampton drew further back, but "'Howdy Little Hal' says Hrer Rabbit,
& r at work, scarcely permitting them to t'X- All through the winter he labored at being a rapid i ainter. yet Mary's likeness did not hazard :guess. !sezee ; 'how you (One?' sezee.
.., change u word with l'lIdlllthl'r in the studio. it sedulously. so slow a pace' that, like the I wonder if it were possible for a Jan to "Den de Little Hal, she 'spon' howdy, "
:' Standing there among; them so silently, with It was a scene in the lake district-the little lroI'Cllt Cologne, it seemed that it would survive t fall like thai,'* said the painter, she did', en she ax Hrer Rabbit how lie ('OIC
:: the light from above pouring down on Lake Ulswater-blue, silent, solitary, set! never be still looking down."Survive on, en Hrer Rabbit, he Mow be mighty po'ly,
; IMS: pallid face, he t'cellll'llmore like some round with overhanging woods, lying; in the The l"Jllletl'll : March it No ; it would bo certain en den 'he ax of disde Little Gal pa
conflict-worn Indian ascetic, teaching; Huddhlst sunshine like a sapphire at the bottom of a t'IICI to exert Le.mtful1i.'J the death !" exclaimed Charles hastily. Pray live up in de big white house, w'ich de
.r'l'; I precepts to his disciples, than an artist malachite base and in the foreground a :artist, besides paralyzing l-trnlgl his usually facile do not let us discuss it further; my. head is Little tar, she up'n say. 'twer.' Hrer Rabbit -
t' of the nineteenth' century. clump of pine trees, under whose shade two br h. He had\ undergone\ a sort of transformation. beginning; to reel !" he say he mighty glad, kasc he ties bin
[ Mr. Drood could scarcely have failed toI. lovers sat. There was a IJrlhtnl's'J in his Is it ?" cried Monk turning round upon up dar for ter see her pa. on he say her
.t observe: the l'X't'ptlonallLbllitic of his new When it was quite finished and about to be eyes, a buoyance in his manner, linlinnabulatioiriu hlunth the !Ipl'l'11 of a lightning Hash and pa, he sont him out dar for ler lell lat LiltleOal
pupil Hut hU impassive and taciturn manner sent IWUe'l'U :Mr.[ rood Monk nodded a I the of fiend-" is it? Idiot
I. his voice'such as no one had fury I !!-and he dat she rnus': open de gyardin-gate so
( II never betrayed what lie thought: and his cold encouraaoment, and' said it deserved seen "l'fllrtld; nt any chance contact with seized the little figure of his young compan Hrer Rabbit kin go in en get some truck
,praise of Charles Frampton's work was more !! the notice of the banking committee.He the hand or the hair of his lovely model, ion in his iron grij; )"idiot, to admit so Den de Littl Oal, she jump roun' she on
Ii,. meagre if possible. than' that accorded to hisfellowstudents. had himself contributed paidting to I every nt'rH in lit. body I vibrated.: SymjvtouiM ) much to meto me, who bate YoU as man !he open de atl', en wl.lllat, Brl'r Habbi lil., hehOJ
that year's exhibition more than ordinarily us 'the first love ttor '. HutMary only'hntl the rival who has nibbed him of in. he dil. en got
OJ In the art world'llIt:4itle, however, the ambitious both as to subject and treatment.It I ( perceived none of them until one fame nnd love! To your death to your hop out ng'n. l'n hll 1 1e8S gwlne tr gn'l'ls.on'hemake
; -young; artist found all the appreciation .he represented the meeting between the traditional morning their mean ing was forced upon her. death have vowed to have the blood of his how, HU did,W''I( hI i.ime Gal
t. deserved ; and. lie was making rapid progress King Arthur and his bride, QueenOuiuevere. They were alone together, and abruptly Mary's[ husband' and. now my time is dat ho much 'bleege, and'I tclile, dat, Input
l towaul the goal of paternal ambition ; Drood":Monk threw down his brushes, anil come!" out for
:, when ail' 'event happened which was tiestimxl His pupils applauded to the echo, and came und flung hll'l at her feet. He Then commenced a struggle awful to describe. Nex' day hOl Hrer( Rabbit be hide out he
to color all his future life. none more sincerely than Charles Frampton. loved her. Of nmre suit was: declined.Jently At the first word Charles had darted did, twel he see de Litlle Gal come out terPjijy
I t I Ho received an invitation to accompany All agreed in pronouncing it the ar ( -for her tender heVt was touched luck and scued t i pole above his en den bo put de tale walk
hl'at same en
t hIs father'to dinner ut the bouse of Councillor tist's )Ir. Monk I Monk triedto wrench up ,
chrfd'eriirrt ntH W.T clearly by the terrible earnestness of his him away \ ott wid a no'er mess cr truck en hit ondis
,' f March: It was one of the red letter of the same opinion. Mary :March told him that he was uPll'ul- He foamed ut the lip ; blood : froli way twel )Ir. Man, he keep ter
t( .days In'Charles Frumpton's calendar for on A fortnight later, varnishing orders- Shenud already given i her heart, and was his nostrils ; the veins rose.like ropes upon miss bis greens bimcby en he gun un
.;, that evening he firt fell in love. The suddenness thai test to artists of the acceptance or rejection shortly to bestow her band on his: former his !brow ; :ami still, though his muscles were urn, twel he gotler, excusin keep on eve'bodyonde a-ml".I'
't,r, ,< : of,bU i-ndiantmont was not woniterful of their licturl'lI-wcn' I issued ; and Charlt Frampton, strained like t man on the torture rack place er un w'en da't come
pupil uni.
'stroyiu en
:: considering the great jK-rsonal at"tractions Fnimpton's suspense! was! terminated by the .\tll pronounced her lo\'cr'l name, Charles held[ on with the terrible energy of tor pass, de Little Hal she
If. t of his: hostess, the \\ido\ved coun arrival of mandate requesting hU :attvndance Drood Monk.sprang to his feet. A sort of one who struggles for dear IC "Mygoodness, pa1! up'n she say''you: done
; f .. cillor's only'llulghtl'r.i.J on a certain day at Iturlington 1 House spasm passed over his face that left his eyes The conflict la..tCI a long timeat least it toll Mr. Rabbit for ter sez make let
t ... Mary March was made to cast a magical to put the final glass upon bis: canvas. He blood-hot and bis features Ih-il Some word* seemed so to the ('ttub him in de gyardin after come en me aint ; _
t S .>pellover inen. Her blight and aerial: figure was almost wild with joy-his picture was struggled to pus his lips ll' restrained The scaffolding rocked beneath their feet. he done gone on let him some in ?"greens she., en
was: instinct with that undulating and hung What a delight for Mary What a them, and, with a sinister and bow, At last the endurance of one of them be"an It )Ir. Man ain't hatter sez 'fo'
Vhy thmhr grace', the secret of which the ser- triumph for bU father quitted t'lt! room. to fall see I how de Ian' study long lit ;
'pent seducer revealed to the first woman. Needless to say that when the varnishing finishing touches had been put that other saw it. and seizing bis opiortunity lie uttle Gal dat lay he on den he Ian: en tel
:r had tho perfect profile of ] be the first. niton the flung bU whole cone gone on dl"relt'U'ber
She an antique day came was among morning t. .ibi portrait. Tlic painter ap- weight upon him He all 'boud )Ir.
cuneoj eye88t mv:.II'\.I"'II't|" rnti liP;ullll profound scene of operations.: He had rushed up the |II'art..llo nmrv. reeled\ flung out his: arms: to save himself say sezee : en den he up'n
and u voice who*? music would have staircase, and Into gallery XII I. before rcctilUvting :-rUiicd this opixulo to her I Irll'n und then fell with a horrible shriek, down,' 'Xex' Mr.
ln' ne Rabbit tak'utl'n
i Hit (d .i tiiu: m..st i>r .-,,' .-with all this the nnafiVt-u-d candor and catalogue' at the-iliwtr. Hut be had not the the nhlllh"I.I.t DfiM.il! Monk re\i\edin his "un'h'or. crouching. .* with his face in you kin on en you run deVez fa' a*
\ i iyumvnt frmhnts** of u gently.reared: Kngli : l'utienco Jit go back, fur it, ,.-i >trucl!e round to. tttfk followed week und benw his bands heard a heavy thud far below-. bizness: will come dat en tell me. ka e I got some .
; ..h girl HC eighteen. Though so young, she und round! tho n'oui. Hn\l"islv.| warchingfor ) > M'I .i ... of his rival, the impression After an interval he crawled to the brink of be ten'to.1 !>!, young. chap dat's 'bleged. ter ';
:it t.frf ruied the honor of her father's lavNh his", picture. It wa>> 11,11 thiMv. llu pr.c'lpitatcd .- :.ll.II"I.! .I.\fainter. I was thrust into the platform, and looking over, saw a formlewHuupomhe ho ezee.T. i
.- f table with grace mvl selfpossession.IT ; IdniM-lf. Into gallery No. '!. Tlirrvals.t \ thi ..k "IU'1; by moru prvs ing .ulI.IJ"-, texM.llated I>L\'lINlt. und Oal plavin1 nex'niawntn dar wuz tit Little .
the evening, .he sang song after! '.oii his(; "search' provt-d unav iling. tion*. ull around it red with hoo.l lit after 'hu .lowance flln', en cr yer gtBcns.COle Hrer He nab wuz



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ItootiM, Tor Tain mul ICv 1Verl
HIM Slallonory.IKMlACi pa ,
Eirltllt4r' AT I
ready wilt destine talc, (',11 den do Little (!.a'lic ?
.. tii'n him In. she did, en den !she' run ti[' With Steamer' .l1l'lllt! for all points and vuA.UPA
tor do house en on holler : ; ) landings UrnnI': Lake, on arrival of Peninsular : IkltlMV.Wholesale : SfontiiNlilp TO'S t.tXVPARRYINO ,
Oh. 1'.11! lull I Oh, 1':1| : Yer Itrer Rah: Railroad Train. /
he i 11' !" FROM FISH WALK, and Retail
bit In de //vl1t.linl1ow. Yer pa AT ,'.\1.\. ,
"Den] Mr. Man, lie rnxhed out, en J.trahIp
a tWiin' line sat wa hangin' in de luck SF.A UK AN, SKA: SHKLL, With Stage Line to and from llrooksvillc 1) OOI S. ST.iTIOMmY, ATLiL

)p l1I'dl, on make for ,gyardin/ en w'1hc daily except Sunday: j) r"
dar dar Urer Rabbit roun' TKF/ni.; TUlhlThlll''llt.1\' and :Saturday:: : : from
git wiz trompin'( 1'ALM( XfT, ALLK1ATOR( And .IH'SK'
on ile strawbc'y-hcd en ina!' liin' down tormature Ocala anil Tampa on Monday. N'lnesdayamid ,

*. Wen llrer Rabbit see Mr.( Man( Also l FKATllKU: ( FANS AND FKATIIKI: : Friday.
he squat bchin1 a ('ollulle:1f. but 'twa'nt nn I.'I.O1mOILXI1./ ( .: STICKS, AT ITPMl 10.:)', .M.V.. 5J'i!) ."r II vv STIIKT: ,

use. Mr. Man done seed him, cn To1 you With Steamer Miltfr to and "from IVnsaco- ; TIIK r. s. MAIL.
kin cotntt'Icvcn, he done git ole llrer Rabbit SEA SHELLS: ETC.I'or la on Monday: and Friday.With .
tie hard fas'vid dc lishin' line. After JACKSOXVILLK' :, FLORIDA.
en sale and made to order.T. Steamers Clinton and Monjmt for

.I he done got him tic good Mr. Man( step iv. .\XSI.I':" New Orleans:' on Friday ; from New Orlt'l1l11lln :' ONK: nf the ,..tnllndll1l1l1 elegant Ktearners: !'
back he did, en sezee : Saturday ; from IIn'l1ll1mll\ Key West t, the above Line will leave Cedar! Keyevory
Second and Third.LANDRETHS'.
Centre St. bet.
Yuulonc been fool. me lots er times, 10 ,
for West and Havana on ( for
but di-j i time youer mine. I'm gwinter take ____ ___ ___. _n__ __ __ ___ on Saturday Friday. ; Key Monday at 1:00: p. m.,

you en gi n'on a 1a rrll1'i n',' 507.00," en With 'FI'lrhlHU'I1I1n Mail( /' \('uJII.hil'Compallv'1t ;School ItooliN, a SIC''I..U'..t.. Til in pa, .Iliiuuloo,
den I'm gwinter skin you en nail yo' hide :Steamers for Key\Vestand'raut-t
dc stable dO'sezee'cn den to make silo .. lad llriil loiilowiit
on pa) on (;nII:1111111 Thursday! ---- ----- - ----
dat de right kinder larrupin', I'll ..11'tel' Inter and Orouii SloaiiibonlH.
you git With Steamer llnteriirhe, for points on t theSuivannce
and ( and
ftt 4:00
Monday Thurs-day
._ every :
de hou1'l'"ez,' fdl'l1lc
tcr ( en --- -- -- -- -- -- -
up River on 1 hursday at (li a. m.
\ i for
red cowhide' en ,fen\ I'll take en gin you SEEDSBEST For information respecting\ routes, rates, .7"'r'YIORG AN I-1 NE'-tWill > p.
brinier, !ll'Z('('. M If not oM in roar town yon 1881 ('te"1 apply\ to Paula ICllNSII 1111(1 Key SS'cst.
hell Mr.I Man( call ter Little Gal to watch can aetthiinbymah limp .1. O. M\-DOXKLL. ,

llrer llabbit wiles! he gone. and Prices.ns a rnttal,.118 Oldett' Card and for matt CiitaIngna rftmtittSetACrmrrrt (Jen'l Ticket find Pass. .\ "IIt.I r

llrer Rabbit ai'nt !Oa 'ln' nothtn', but Mr. in 118 I'nifnt.<;tnle.. ) 1 K. dttxlylalira') :Snpt::; :21 & -- \ Connections mado at Cedar, 1with: the
Man ain't taut out de gate 'fo' he 'gun ter DAVID LAMmUTH ROXS.rniLADA. _. .
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Rabbit --- Florida\ Trnnsil Railroad: from and< rfiiijj In dent days Hrcr wuz\
; en
finger moii c'onhllllcIIlTnc1e ncn1ll with --- -- : CKXTRAL: RAILROAD. points :North and West ; at 1'unta Russa with
unusual, omiiha-'is, ('n tl'ctt lie chimed up ItailroiulM.riMME "TjlLORIDA :Steamer: / for Fort Mycr I Fort Ogden, timidI'jne

for ter sing he make dem yuther creethurs IIOIXU WKST.Leavo Level.
hold dcr bref. : CARD Jacksonville .M:15.1: M. S. 11.SII. STEAMSIii1'1 SS Through Tickets! are on sale at Fernan

1 What did he sing, Vnclc Remus?naked leaveI'hite House:' ..................... S:5.'l: : .\. ar: U._________ diva, Jacksonville, Giiincsvillc, and (Cedar
s the lttleboy.! OF Tilt: Leave llaldwin ..................... ...... !11:10):: A. M. Key, at greatly reiluced rates! for all principal
.' Kf I nin't forgit dot song off n my mm'," Leave Harh\\.llll.......................... !II>:-V> A. M. leave Cedar'Key points! on the Oulf! Const
Niid I'ncle haunts. looking over his spectacles \Tf.\XTH"OlTI.P&( / INDIA) THAN- Leave Sanderson..........................10:10.1: M. J. dl 1. OALHUX.: 01'11'1g't.,

at the fire with a carious air of attempting SIT RAILROAD. Leave Olustee?...................... ...... t 11:21: .1. M: FOltEW: ORLEANS: BVI'1tO'1'1tllt in: Cedar Key, Fla.jfrfrST. .
1 : to remember something, "hit fun sorter Leave Mt. Carrl.t :" A. ]M. FRIDAY.

;' this ycr way : 1'KNINSVLAR: RAILROAD, Leave Lake City .........................12:15: : 1'. M. MARY'SOTKAJI Ill\'ER'1.Z
"'ne jay-bird hunt do ,arrer-nes,' ( Waldo Jlranrt,) Leave Live Oak......... ......... ......... 2iO:: r. M. TACiiKT: / lO.MIMXY.

De bee-martin sail all rummy ; lA'ave Madison......... .....................4:15: .: r. M.
He !silmiir'I! be holler from dc top or dc tree, AMFKRNAND1NA > Leave Drifton..............................(5.10( $ 1'. ]At. FOR KKY: WKST AXD) HAVAXA

Mr. Mole he stay in dc grOluIll' \' ; lea\'Tallahassee: ....................... 8:50: 1'. ]M. E'EItOTII; lIt SATURDAY.PARSOXS .
hide en he stay twel dc dark trap } *, JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. :: : Leave Quincy..............................10:28:: p. 1\(. fed
.10wn- I I Arrive (''hatt lhoo'h'c Hi\'l.r..I1r.tI: ) 1'. M. t & .
Mr. Mole, he hide in dc ground'.' OOINU! KAKT.Leave ; -". Z _
W'en de Little Gal slut, she laugh,
year Chattahoocheo\ River......... 4:110: A. M. ( ,t HALE, Agents, THE STEAMERSF1.0ItA
she Hrer Rabbit: for ter
she did, en up'n ax
!sing some mo' but llrer Rabbit, he sortercough In Effect( May Ctlit 18S1.GOINO Arrive Quincy............................. &::52 A. M. !O-l.lt: Cedar Key, Fla.M IIAHTIIA ,

he did 'low tat he n Arrive Tallahassee....................... 7:30:: A. M. --- ---. '
bad ho'hcness, ( down en inter his wmn got pipe mightv som Arrive Drifton ......... .................... !))::35: A. M. I A L LORY'S : Captain Itu'\UHHON. (' ptllln \

ers. De Little Gal she swathe en shade<< en SOUTH. Arrive Madison..........................11.30) A. M] .
bimcby llrer Rabbit, he up'n 'low dat he !J.INI> Arrive Live Oak.......................... 1:10: r. ]M.Arrive 1.'I.CnUn.S'I'I:.\IH" "* MXi .r. 1" DAILY I'4En\'I'K! !5s
kin dance mo' dan w'at he kin sing. Leave Fernandina: a.m. Lake City......................... 4:00': ) I'. M.
lamer Leave Hart's Road...................... U.47 a.m.
Arrive Mt. (Came................ ......... 4:31:
Den dc Little Gal, sheas'imwon't he dance: : p. M. The Flora leaves Fernandina forSt.Mnry'slliver : !
mate Oallahan........ ......... ........10.52: a.m.
Arrive Olustee.................... ......... 4:54
en llrer Rabbit: he Vpon': how in de name or Leave Dutton I ............ ......... .........11:12: :! a.m. : p. M. Only Dirocl Line lo Now York. landings ('vcryIOIHll1): ', Wednesday
Arrive Sanderson........................ 5:10 :
goodness kin a man dance w'iles he all tie : p. M. and I"rilluy-rl'hlrnlllg on Tuesday Thurs-
: Leave I! Brunch .................II.:'M a.m. ,
up dis! awaen den do Little fial, she say Baldwin :!. : Arrive Iarbyville........................ (;::20 p. :M. day 1111< leave p.m. Arrive llaldwin. ........................... i:45. '
she kin untie him en llrer Rabbit, besavhe : p. ]At i-j\ The, Martha: leaves Fernandina for same
Leave Maxville..........................12.JW: : : j)>.m.
ain't kecrin cf she tin Wid dat de Little 1.13: Arrive White House.................... 7:25 p. M. 6 points every Tucs.lay1'hmirsday. anti Saturday ;
Leave Lawtcv )p.m. Arrive Jacksonville..................... 8:00 .
( A\\, she retch down en unloose de fish-I I lIl', : I' a1.CixN1TUxSAt -returning :Monday1'etinesday
> Leave Temple's........ .................. 1.29:!! )I.Jn. every
en llrer Rabbit, he sorter stretch bissc'f en Leave :Starko; l.JM p.m. llaldwin with A., U..t and Friday.
J look roun'." Leave Thtirston 1.51 )I.JII. "'. I. '1'. R, R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville: .'
Here Uncle Remus: paused and<< sighed, as tease1'uldo. :2.JJ1: [1.111. and Fernandina, and all ,points North and Through! Kills of Lading/

though he had relieved his mind of a great( Leave Gainesville. ::1.:111! :! }I.JI1. West ; at Lake; City for Tallahassee, Albany, THE: FIXITr.UrHIIIl'I'4: : by MALLORY'S LINK of Steamers to all

burden. The little boy waited n few minutes Leave Arrcdondo .:. :'J..r:2 p.m. Savannah, and all points North and West: ; )points on the Ht. Mary's.

for the old man to tl'luIIIl\n.1 he finally Leave llatton........ ..................... ...07> p.m. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River: Steamers. WI.STIHTIXAS: : ,

asked : Leave Archer............................. ...2II'.ln.:) J. S. kEr.HY. CAI''!'. HINES: 'onnccllonulo'
Did,l the Rabbit dance, Uncle tenths? Leave llronson .... ft.Ol )p.m. "'. M. D\yiitsox) (a..ftor Tran"p'n. n u ,
"'ho'? Him ?" exclaimed<<1 the old man Leave Otter Creek. 3.10 p.m. Superintendent. ('ITY 01" n.'I.I'S.! Savannah Steamers.

with a queer! all'ectation of elation "Blessyo' Leave Rosewood I : ..... ........ ........... 11.10 p.m. lOOt; ACCOMMODATIONS r
soul, honey ? llrer I Rabbit getter( up his Arrive Cedar Ke '. l 11.1. p.m. );, .PEXSACOLA: / AND (':11"1'. RISK.ONE : .
VoNos; : und he dance outer tat gyardin( en he JACKSONVILLE I ': RAILWAY. for Passengers. Excursionists; and Tourists
dance home. !He did tat :Sho:: ''ly you don't HOINO JJOHTII.Leave : of the above Steamers! will leave will find this u very attractive trip, as the
"spec' that eile-tinu'r w'at done had; 'spo'uncc On u"l"nl'r Monday, May 2!, 1881, Trains Ii 1111 for New York tyery'rhurs-! scenery is Brand, and alligators and othl'rgUllll1
Cedar' : ..........:. .VIM
Key a.m. on this road will run ;daily as follows; : arrival of abundant.
like Ilrcr Rabbit: gwino( to stay dar ami let ar day, on afternoon trains from are
sir Man sakyfice him ? Sho llrer Rabbit! Leave Rosewood. 0.10) a.m. (jOISt! wisy.Leave : Jacksonville and (Cedar I Key $rtlFather of the above Steamers::\ can be
Creek.......... .......... 7.IMI
dance but he dance home. You hear, me?" Leave Otter : a.m. Lake City.........:I 12.0:! p.m. This line, having no transfers to make chartered for excursion parties lit any thu('.
Leave llronson................ ........... 7.42a.m.: I For further information
Leave Welborn! .,........., 1J20 betweenFERNANDINA to
Leave Archer............................. Miia.m.( p.m. A. II. N0\apply:
I.eitveItoustun._ .'_....... l.'M; p.mArrive '01'4.; Agent.25v212v.'l .
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Leave llatton N.'JMa.m.
GET THE AND NI:1PORK: : : rermmdiiia FlaSforoN
BEST. Leave Arredondo 8.5S a.m. Live Oak......... 2..II1)( ) p.mn.- ._. ... ,
WcBSTEQS rIEW ThUNABRIDCJ leave (:iainesville.............;. !n.> :.T! ) a.m. Leave Live Oak.......... 2.:111'.11I.:: Offers the -- -- und- -Tliiwiiro.-- --- '

ff1TlN Leave '''" .10.:50a.m.: ) Leave Cutter! ........ ..... 2. H J p.m.! : ____ q._ __ u_____ _._ _ _

I.rADiCTIONAR + Leave Thurston............ ..............10.51 I a.m. Leave .); ::1.01'.111.:; 1JKST ANT) CHEAPEST: : : TRANSPORTATION w. i.. sTituivrv,

fUppLFMENT, Leave! Starkc.I 11.11 a.m. 1AiVCJlndison....... ... ..1.15p.rn.&
Leave Temple's.I n'I.:" ) a.m. .: :_ TO I FLORIDA: SHIPPERS. Second Street
Leave I-awtey ...Il.'l7a.m.: Leave (Greenville........ 5.l.r' p.m. opposite: tin: Post-Ofllco,

If you Intend some day to getWEBSTER'S Leave Maxville :!.:!!) p.m. Leave_ Aucilla........_....
/. \ Leave llaldwin'. 1.10p.m.Leave I Leave Drifton............ li.JO p.m. care in handling.PASSENGER ; )
UNABRIDGED Ilrandy Branch.................. 1.2Sp.m.: Leave Monticello......... .i.rllll'.1II.ft'OJtOVtl'H -
Leave Dutton ... 1.41' p.m. ---- / : ) ACCOMMODATIONS ARE
"DO IT NOW." lA'ave Callahan. 2.22: : p.m. [ ::...:....... 7.1.: .r I---- I 1ffr.:

Leave llart's : :5.2" p.m. LeaveChair's'...... ...... ;.10 l'.tn. FIRST-CLASS : j

THE XEW EDITION Arrive Fernamlinu 4.(4) 1'.ln. .\rri'.C'fllllilh3' l.....: $.:'5 p.m. --- The traveling ,public are offered the advantages ..1 r

Contains over 118,000 Words, Trains, daily except .Sunday Leave Tidlaliu se......... K.ftO) p.m. of a DIRECT LINE:, WITHOUT
1928 Pages 3000 Engravings Leave Midway!<< ........... !J I.J: !) p.m. ANY (CHANGES.' ; Connections! made at
Four Colored Plates --- ---- Leavo; (Juincy:-..,,........,lol'H; .: Fernandina with all steamboats for nil f f "v
Pages I s
,+ PENINSULAR: RAI LROAI), Lcave ft.l'lt.a'I1"I..II.I! Of). p.m.. Indian\ on the :St.: John's, Ockhiwaha, and '
4600 NEW: WORDS and Meanings Rivers and with the
Transit Railroad
alto{ Jirniich..) Arrive"ciiatta t !: River..11.WJ: I: piuTIOIKU I =
Biographical Dictionaryof ((1 _. : : 1 at Fernandina for all railroad stations
and Gulf; in Florida
001NU SOUTH.: ( ports
over 0700 Names.

l'f him "mo-.t1x>autfulan! 'I complete Eng-fTl Leave Waldo Junction................ 2.45 )p.m. ( Tucsdays, Tlcllfi/lllfll lltul'Il/YH..) Jo'HEHHrTn( PASSENGER: RATES! :

j lUh Int'tionary" -j. leave Santa Fo. :'J.IH p.m. IxavcTallahassee....................... y.x a.n\ AS LOIS IJY INDIRECT LINES.: .-
HIM 3000 Kngravings: nearly Hirro H Leave Hawthorne .1.05p.m.: Leave Chattahoochee...................10.10 a.m .
", .. as many ni any other JJiet'ry.Every Leave Loch lool'a.......................... 4.45 p.m. Arrive St. Marks,,_._..,... .......... ..10.5.r I .JII.,
school and family should have !It E Leave Orange Lake.................... .').40I'.rll. :::: --- ;1.'rThrengla Rates: \ / and Hills of Lading STOVliS; ;, HKATKRS: : I HA mmi.
constant reference. to all| points.For .
Arrive ... 7.00 (.()l Nil I\ST.:
GET THE STANDARD. p.m. passage! or further information, apply' TIN AXI SHEET-IRON: WARE{ ,
Leave Chatta.') River.... !ilt:: ) a.ni.heave .
Salt tif Wel&ter't Is over QO times' the C! JOIN( NOHTH. Chattahoochee... J.'K: to HOOFING" AND IUTTKKINU,
? "of any other series ot Dictionaries. 3 Leave Ocala..................................J....') a.m U-avoMt. I'leusant..... 5.15a.m. It. W. tOI1TJlWICK.gNlt: ,
"hieheht authority of tho] Courts in Fcrnandiim. TUMPS, )DRIVEN) WELI.S: ETC.
The T Leave Orange I Lake 7.20: a.m. ,
almost universal. -Chief Jtutice Waite.AD in ,deciding Leave Ijocldoona. ................... ..... RJO: a.JII. Leave (Juinoy i .....:?...., .:if: a.m.: C. II. MALLORY t ('0., A large stock (Stoves! hand. five:
authority Lcav .... ... Ii. Pier East: : on moi
A Leave Hawthorne... 0.15 Midway. .. 11 a.m. 20 River, New York. 2dfN111111ER ,
tho meaning of word a.m. ---- -- -.- call, and compart) my prices' with those of
No other Dictionary has been bought byany Leave Santa Fe. 0.45 u.m Arrive: Tallahassee J ; .....: 7.j: ()UJH: ------- --- other h6\iso, hero or elsewhere) .

State to supply its Schools.. N .\\\.at.l.Jull.tilln.. 10.1511.111. leave Tallahassee, ........ )I'I.'M) a.m. SIII'UIII.I.a: :
which nine-tenths of the .
on --- --
Dictionary of the country are based. D ----- Leave 'haires':............ 8.13: a.m.lA'ave .: K. Ji. III.M: )IKSOIJM : \,
Authority In the Government Printing FKRNAXDINA: .t JACKSOXVILLKRAILROAD. / Lloyd's! .............. !O.OS a.m. Tilt hTK:\.MKItrt

Washington. Jan. 1881. A Monticello:: : -.-# .-.
{ \\( ... iMMlH.in. ?
Recommended by and State 50 College Surfs Schools Pres't in R Leave Drifton..... ........ !.45u.m. f{l' NT. jon.vsj g I| CITVIOI.\T: )(

Dictionary that has been placed In mora 2J T In K/ect May Gth, 1M1.UOINU Leave: .incilla..1olon.m.i : _nr t_ [nr __r.m ja__ _
public schools U.S. Leave (ireenville........10.35 a.m.
IS IT NOT THE STANDARD? hOUTH.Ixave Leave Jfadisnn..11JO a.m._ --- -

Published by G.&C.MERRIAM Springfield, Mass t.errutllllina..11.10 a.nt..t 5.30 p.m.. Leave Kllavillc: .......M..12.55 I: )t.m... >l.'i<)a.m.
ltaoWebsler's National Pictorial Dictionary
1040 Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings. leave llart's Road.....11.43: u.m..t (1.01 )I.m. Lt'ave Custer! : ........::::. i.2'! i.in. cTh

Arrive Jacksonville..12.50. p.m. X- 7.05 p.m.ooiso Arrive Live Oak.......... 1.40p.m. .
---- -
NORTH. leave Live Oak.......... 2.10 p.m.
".,,.IS 11cGIFFIN. .- -- ) IRTAK iit.JITH : .
Leave Jacksonville.....8.20 a.m. & 3.10 p.m. Leave Houston.....=. :!..32I'."': leave Fernuinlinu for Jacksonville J HT.. FERXANDINA: FLA.

pOXTRAUTOR AND UUILDER, Leave Hart's Road.......0.45.: a.m. it ".15 p.m. I.eavell'elburn............ 3.M )t.m.rrlTeT WILL I'alutka and internie Arrive -"----- --
Fernandina.10.25 a.ne..t 4.50 p.m. kc .Hy.: ........ :3.45 S: jun.;: i\in\ on the St. John'H River, mid Havnmiahind I) 11 HIA f. IIOKKH: METALLIC CASKS,
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Double Trains daily except Sunday.COXXECTIOXS. --- -- ---.- -- -- ----..- Charlcxton, UHFr folowlI : ) WOODEN: COFFINS AM CASKETS

FERNANDINA.; ) FLA. UOIXU EAST_ M KKS MVI"O.V.TittMluyt <,in I'Vrnanilina Telegraphic orders promptly attended to
Orders ami estimates from distance .-- '- .--
a carefully ( TI.uridnyauad Hiititrilay ) -
attended to. 2'>-tf I leave .. .... rent JACKSOXVILLK: ; A 811 I'ALATKA, obtained for new Inventions
AT FEBXAXDIJfA, fLA., St. Marks....... ... .......... 12.05a.m. PATKXTH
--- --- -- --. With New York and Fernandina Steamship lease Wakulla............................12.30a.m.Arrive : : ;h' KVKUY: : WJW.\J'DA. : or for improvements In old

o. s. OAKIS )Line from Xew York TallahasHi-e....................... 1.40 p I.m. goal. Caveats. Infringements, Trade-Mark
on Tuesday at 0 From Fernandina and All patent business promptly attended)
CONTRACTOR a. in. or 4/JO p. m., and fur New York on COXXKCfJOXH.: t n. INVENTIONS: THAT LEAVE: BEEN
AND BUILDER Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. FOR SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON: I t..nrl'u: : : may mill, In most eases, he !,at,
With Georgia and loth East and \\"(+t IHIIHK) trains meet at
) Florida Inland Steamboat 'IItl..IIy l mid Being the .
ounMiu' U. S. !'atenl
),(.\S l'Y.\C."Tl-R.d Company from Savannah daily except Live Oak and connect with 2:45 train on Sa ;&: EVERY; : Jo'JtJl\Y.-*; OMIce./ and engaged, |in PATENT: IIUSIFXS .

N MOULDIXGS.: 1JRACKKTS 8.\,nnXU: Monday ; (bavannah daily except Sunday, vannah Flori'Li A Wotvrn lUiilruad: for Close connection made with fctcamoni for : EXCLUSIVELY: ;) : run M-cureimt-

TURNED: IJALI'STKIW/ XEWEI.S: : ;, With Charleston Steamer from Savannahand Savannah and Alb any. klcllonville- and Enterprise: also! with xtcam- e its In I less time than those who" arw remote
STAIR ltAllr''OOD EAVESTRonJHS. : Charleston Wednenday and rasHt-nverw. fur ('Jlsttllllj',Cluc River ]!I'wts ,ers fur (Vkliiwuha River; alto at Savannah f om Wavhington.

I : /' SHKATHIXO Savannah und Chariot-ton Tue! WKATUKRIiOARD-: Friday. every Thuixlay. fur \ i, da<-liiw! ,la. Flu., and )io,,ton and Haltimore.and at Charleston! with v ve make search In the Patent (Office and

IX( \M.FLOORIX With Steamer Flora from St. (arv'* River every Saturday for d>lumbiu,, (Ja., and J:im- learners for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti- Ivlse as to iU patentabililv/rf< o/rAaru.,
(i. Landings Wednesday and Fn'lay ; fur fan la, .\Iu.COIIUl'.tl6, mare and with Northeastern A South Carlo- \Jrrl'HINJJllleu| coiilidentlaf; fear! reason-
! Slnlr iiiul Church IVork We.lne .Ia)'. every Sunday for Apalachk-ola\ Fla., and \i'cst.FIRSTCLASS. : IS OBTAINED.:
AT CALLAIIVX. every Tuewlay for (i.lumbiw, and l Kufaula: Wo refer by Ilrrul..i! to the
A Sl'KCIALTY.DQORS .; City Iut.-
} Ala. J.Joxn.n'O; : : fJo.1J.'rJO .
To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. in. and ,uu, ter, and to tW "Suix-rlntcndeiit the
: AXD WINDOW FRAMKS: Z.20 p. in. CVinnects at Lake City with, trains on the H. B mt-Ollh-e Money Order I'yWon in"'.."J,'.

OF ALL BIZES.P AT B\Llnn.s. ".'., Florida} Central Jlailroud for Jiuk-wniville Through Ticket and Btateroonn hurl'Cl ii:.gt " und "St. Johns River: Fernandina and Cedar i awl all information funiUhe I at office, curs v ti-nii' etc u.Mrl'llM J-. ,. *
t Office Iltis 174. To and from Tallaba.-i.x-e at 1''.::"11 UUfJnaud Key. %, :; *
11'II.I.iASI-0..1)IE I :$. Vntrv ami Second
jan4 Fernandina Fla. m. tier fctreeta. .. 1IIJ)1.) General ru sein't-r Agent. :(l-ly <'. A. XOYKS. 2-tf OJ'I..I'l ltMlt oml'('. Wa:.hingf >, D.Cl


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; l l' THE; ;- 1J O1 I1A MnmoSATURDAY. ; have an annual Income ; these latter edit- TIlOUllLE IN VEdETAltLE S1I1I'- tables offered on the line of the road A J//lRStL.
.u 1:.\7'S. We informed that free UNew KEPT BY .
I (cnted\ and, from !social position! movingin are a passage
', : I' the higher grades of society, desire t to: We )learn from our special' correspondent: \ York and return has been tendered !bj JOHN:' 1L\nrntat OF Piin.AMci.rntA"' ,

yyi; ;, 1 .!If JUNK 11, mi.T1IK found new homos and a future for their and from various other !sources, that there i 1- the transportation lines to any comnnttct Motunist to His Majestyfor (
HAlLHOAIf AT OCA LA.: children III some new\ land, where hoim ninth dissatisfaction! among vegetable growers who may be delegated !by the vegetable the Florida.s ;

," The format! opening of the Peninsula usages! and social requirements arc not !"o: in reference to shipment' vegetables: growers to personally examine into tin crux

f' i' 1 Ilailrnad! to Ocala took |place on Friday' exacting.; In addition, the wealthierclasses,, and( the time they are on the way Having matter of vegetable transportation.! A Journey from St. Augustine

the the landholders. extensive made diligent at this the River! St. Johns.:
IL: t, The occasion was. one of heartfelt re nobility large( ( inquiry port, we arc up
manufacturers, are cooperating: in "H'a.- satisfied that the managers! and freightngcuts ; KEDVCTIOX Of UXl'EXSES.The .
: lJ joicing to the people of Marion county, am With Kxplanatory: Notes.
Hun and Ike rightly lays down I th(
fur; : of great interest to the people of the 01111'' tires which will relieve the growing !'urpll1'1populatioll of the Transit! Road have done, and
; I'"f from American all in their to the position that in order to reduce taxation you
l south who look forward which, competition are doing, power expedite' 170..
: ties can now
: '
.: I must reduce expenditures. In its issue: o f
;' with confidence to the extension of tile road in agricultural;; products!! and now manufactured movement of such perishable freight They
""J; '; r articles, necessitates a reduction of would( he unaccountably stupid and( reckless: the 2d it says : We believe that !'alaricsought January 18th. Set out from P.artram's
; its originall'rojcctellille to Tampa. < '
: on
., Ct. rcninsular road leaves the Florida Transit land rent and' wages to the Injury of the laborer men to do othcrwi! It is the interest of to he reduced, sinecure, positions dispcnsed BI afT, lovely fine morn ingtumid warm, stoppedat -
,. : Ilailroad at Waldo 83 miles from Fernandi and artisan, and the reducing of incomes the Transit! lload to build up this already with, the number of the members Mount-joy for a little, and after several
,i largely decreased, the time of the 8c8ionsflllOrtl'IIl'I miles rowing to rich 1 island and took
tl" iia, and strikes nearly due south to Drain,: of capital invented I there largely remunerative class freights!', and to came a ,

Tholine as originally run and graded) passed Hitherto! emigration has l been from England : do everything in its power to encourage the, courts reorganized, and the the left hand branch, down which we rowed

:.' ,{V m t, Around the, east! end of Orange Lake, !bin mostly to the British colonies of Canada it, The vegetable business helps the Transit Supreme Court" us at present! constituted, dis- se'eral'Cry crooked courses by some oak

; ti when the work of construction began in and the far distant lands: of Australia JIalllll many ways-first, it furnishes perused with. and pine-blufl's 5) or ((5 foot high, excellent

"' J G Or. and, New Zealand, but latterly, while, of local freight for the road ; "second, it createsa The Sun and liec here lays down a pro- swamps, some cypress- and much maple
; 1880, the line was changed so as to cross!
".. 8 Lake trestle shortening the distance course! t the Knglish: government favors emigration demand for the railroad lands along the' gramme, the general assent to a portion of and ash being on both sides the river,
.1 on u ,
) '" I tinge several miles, ,,,.passing 'through the to her own colonies: yet then 1
extensive of Messrs.llarris! area of cheap lands ami advantages of the employment to saw-mills on its line in fur which might be suggested, SflfricsUlOltt entered, not above 20 yards wide, but at

r ; orange groves United : and will when it increases to lie reduced. What! salaries? Thereare the lower end twice as much it opened
I f r and Bishop, and thence! resuming! the old :States attract, fully nisluingcrates ; 'Hh, population' ;

I'". Iradetlline about four miles! from I the lake. made known to the KnglMi people, turn mud, consequently, consumption, and thus two classes, the executive and judicial into the main river, a little below a high

The distance from Waldo to Ocala is: 4H.' and 1 secure the intelligent and lvell-to-do gives inland 1 freights ; fifth, it helps to maintain If our respected contemporary will indicate !blutr of sour oranges, and on the opposite
the last ten the with the rail- what salaries it thinks excessive: its readers side great quantities of what is called
; miles ; Fcrnandina to Ocala, 131 Miles It I is (penplc.Yithiii years! Knglish :!steamshipconnCctions! grow
,. t'"' ,r! stated that contracts have been made to extend colonies have been successfully established road: With all these benefits resulting: from and brethren of the press could consider! the bitter sweets, which are next in goodness to

..m ,f the road south of Ocala. in I''vernlof! the Northwestcrn: !states, us also the vegetable business, it Is: not to be supposed matter of each 1 proposed 1 reduction. We the china ; we cat abundance of them, and ,

; t Marion county in\ one of the best and most: in Virginia/ Alabama: Teuuesseeuml'I'exa: ,. i the managers! of the railroad would be agree that some salaries might well be re- found them very wholesome ; I timcylastnuch: '
t ;
.i,: {i" '( productive counties of the State, having aIJ' All, without exception have bl't'OIllOSolill, remiss in anything connected( with the business. ,lucee). Sinecure' 2 ostnns! dispensed with 1 longer than the sweet, which continue onlyto
Which are they ? No one, we arc sure,
j J' J ready population of upwards]: of 15,0 )Apco1 ) substantial improing places, ami the' people March. t

L J pIe Its pine lands arc of the best quality have made the very best of citizens, conservative Let us examine I the main cause: of complaint would oppose dispensing with sinecure "0- The common current of the river here is

1 \ t of ]long-leafed pine, and it has man)' large moral, intelligent, religious ; combining : thl'lday in vegetables; reaching the sitions. We have mildly suggested that the not above two miles an hour, the uncommon

tracts of hammock land. It contains: an their old thoroughness with the Northern distributing ports. The means of legislature created !some superfluous, if not rains last summer and part of the fall had

y 1. area of 1,000 square miles, and is: destined to American push and I improvement I, their ffrwar'ltin'Cgt'tahle8 from Florida are as: sinecure, positions in its stall'of uttach s. raised it 2 foot or more high than at present

become one of tho best! populated counties farming is:' good and profitable' their buildings follows : Mallory Line every Thursday fromFernandma The numb'cr; of the legislature largely reduced and then the current no doubt ran swifter

of the State. Having attained its present and improvements neat and useful. to New York ; average time of I I'Ve think the general feeling is and our pilot said he had: known it to be ;afoot h

t" ':: population and growth without the aid, of These successful! experiments of transferringthis passage four day!!. The :Savannah; steamship that about twenty senators and forty members lower than now ; but suppose it only ,

railroad facilities, it may reasonably: be anticipated useful class will be followed by many of lines! leave Savannah twice a week. would be ample. What number docs two, then there must be very little current.

t, \ that its progress will he rapid now their kin friends and home neighbors, who The Mallory Line receives vegetables on the Sun and Bee suggest! ? The length of the This night was very warm, and the nutski-

l' that it h is placed in direct and easy communication only wait for favorable reports from those Wednesday and Thursday by trains on session shortened As to this we hope there toes troublesome, !so that we smoked our t

.1 with thin sea and channels: of trade who have come. Capital is abundant in Transit! Railroad ; the Savannah steamships is no difference opinion. Forty days is tent twice.

and commerce. England, and capitalists: are anxious: and receive their freights either by the daily ample time for a legislative session 19th. Fine warm morning, birds singing, 1 1i

willing to advance at low rates and longtime steamers of the Sea Island Route or by the The Sun and lice omits what would naturally fish jumping, and tnrkles gobling. Set out, i i

SALE OF 1OUK MILLION ACHES. on lands: taken up and improved.This Waycro-ts lload.) follow in regard to the legislature. The and presently came to a rich !island: and ran l

It is rumored that a sale of four million if needed, will enable the industrious! The general freight,; agent of the Transit i pay of the legislature limited to $-S prr slimy! and between it and the Indian land, which I i.s

1, a acres of State lands has been effected by the emigrant to improve and develop his new Railroad: !sent out on May 7th circular 118I I mileage t This is quite as generally deemed high and shelly, then lower, and very good

internal Improvement, board through Jov- home.Agcntlctn'anrcprcscntnganinllucntialas. follows : an ample allowance. The courts reorganized on each side'e: soon came into the river

I ernor Itloxham, one of its members The ]FKKNANDI.NV: Fr.A., May 7, 1881.! I t This, We suppose, contemplates a again, and rowed down it, till we came: to a

{ vale is said to have )been made in Philadelphia : sociatioti in London, which seeks to assist! em tint : It being important to vegetable! I possible reduction of tine number circuits, small brunch on the east-side: down which
i{ to the engaged time Okechot growers that they should understand )perfectly the establishment: ofinferiortribunaU which
company Igl'unt-l.luilcI: for the United States last! week trains wo rowed near half a mile, where we were
i connections which the of
l ,a bee drainage project. The price, twentyfivecents lie proposes to visit Canada: the Western!: and the Transit Railroad make: for Northern and might summarily dispose of the petty criminal entirely stopped by the pistia and pcrsicariu

per acre, amounting (he sum of one Southwestern: 1 Mates! to see and examine La.!"term cities, vveannounce : business, a and an enlarged jurisdiction of growing all in a mat we then turned back,
t million of dollars tNt That Friday and Saturday's 'picking justices: for the consideration of civil' cases
e.e.I I their advantages. This gentleman has addressed concluding it to run on the ('a t'slde of an
If such sale has been made we sec no shipped on Monday morning, will make plain notes of hand, etc.
u upon
I a letter to one of our citizens, askingfor the connection with the Ocean Steum.ship island, and to join the river below in some
t t necessity( of any secrecy about It, 'Die terms i information about Florida The communication Company at Savannah on Tuesday. We believe that i" careful rl'\'I ision of our of its eastern lagoons) to the river, down

t 5 of sale, price and conditions should be made has: been placed' in the hands of :Ud.? That Monday( Tuesday trod Wednes: laws! relative to our courts and criminal which we proceeded, and crossed the mouth

public at the earliest moment. day's picking, if shipped on Thursday will procedure would enable justice to be adnlinstered'loresatisfactorily -
the agent of the Ilureau of Immigration for of the cast lake, and iii an hour or two arrived -
I with ( Line of
: connect Mallory's Steamshipsfor
I r !t Whether such disposition: of the publiclands reply, which has hecn done, and the representative New York which await the arrival of and with far at Spaldiug's Uppcr-Storp, where we

J is! a wise one, in view of the future Interests advised and solicited to visit FlorIda the trains at Fernandina on Thursday, and ]less! :, expense to the ,State than under our staid all night, was: very warm, and
of the State well admit of leave immediately after the freight I is transferred .
present system.As
'" t may ques l ii.su P"L'I'UIIII"bit' wuulll'Imt.le him to the muskitoc very troublesome, as much so
tion.! At all events. not prepared to from curs to steamship.' regards: the diminution of the number
we arc
report from actual observation His report :td. That Thursday's picking, if shipped as any time "since I left Cimarles-towit.2Otim ,
throw our hats at the Idea of parting of our circuits"! and devolving the duties of
t up we feel assured:' would prove most favorableand on 1 Friday will ntakecouneetiormwith oceanSteamship Fine warm morning, but the southwest
with our heritage; lit twenty-live cents per lead to favorable results. Company at Savannah on Satur the Supreme Court upon the judges of the
:soon blew so hard, that we durst:
.1 acre, unless we t'lIlIlIl'O such very great advantages Florida : and day. Circuit Courts, there will be a wide difference
I was: once an F.nglish colony, 4th. The passenger trains on Monday, not venture to sail on the great lake, and
: f resulting from it as to make itclenrly i is not unknown In ; A of opinion.
Kngland's history. Thursday and Friday will bring in all vegetables our pilot wanted to dry his skins so we
; a matter of public policy to sell a for the In order to form an intelligent opinion
g.t'; new interest awakened, the old traditionswill : that cannot be prepared freight staid here all day but in the afternoon our
; t! \ largo body of lands( which, at the government be revived, and the good fl'l'ort8or'n' train the night before. tis important that upon the expediency of diminishing the ;
.: host went over the river to shoot in
,, all who shall freight train, and geese
I \ } price of $1.25 per acre, might have the colonists. can ship by number of circuits, we should require statistics
century rcpubllshcdfrom early
r ago thus: afford more time for transfer, which the phw-Iuntll'onds' wheje they generallyfeed
t brought live millions: of dollars in the future will enable the ship to leave earlier. of the amount of business transacted on the growing there for timeydolt

1' j ;: for one million now. The main purpose, we The steamers Cary of Jlritlyrtcin and /YcrWa in the several Circuit Court, the time required grass ; I
f suppose, was to extricate the internal! improvement COiIPI'1'9ATOlt1GOOD.. leave Fernandina daily( on arrival of pa"senger for holding them, and the amount of t frequent the river, as we did not see ,

lands from the debts: and liens: Wo do insist that if the "legislature of train, and make close connection on business at chambers.In one all the way, but multitudes of ducks :
i this: State (creates ,debt wisely: or unwisely Monday( ami 1 Friday trips with the OceanSteamship We landed on a bank of, the river, a little!
L ; agiinst them We hope the Internal improvement (, Savannah Tuesday reference to the Supreme Court time system -
I i Il is: the duty of that legislature I to provide Company above the place where the Indians swim their
r board have wisely considered the for the payment of that debt. If increased and :Saturday: for New York and other of Circuit Court judges forming a Supreme horses
r over, about foot above the water
I subject In 1\111t bearings. One of the advantages taxation i is necessary: in order to obtain Kastern points. Respectfully, Court would he strongly objected to ;
''f; wherewith to this debt the F. 11. I'vnr, lien.! Ft. Agent.A the bunk was. composed of snail and muscle-
money pay the bar to the
1 which may be expected to accrue by as tending impair sense of
increased taxation I is right, though creating curd sailing{ days of Savannah steamers shells, a strata of which, that was evei or
to the State will be the increase of taxable impartiality which should always accompa
the debt have been for debt
t may wrong! created is also furnished, us follows : under the surface ofthe river, was converted
t property. This: however, is not very great by law is u legal; debt. The creation of judicial action. It I is thought that Cir-
City Aiti/uxta( Saturday, June llth. 5:30:; into a concrete us hard us aloft: stone are
I as
debt moral well business !
at present' at tho valuation of t twenty-live creates a as: us obligation cuit Court judges would he more likely to
to it and to to the contrary p. most of the banks of the of the
: argue upper part
cents per acre but if time result is to intro- pay (mil.mule (,'th. fIJi:: sustain the decisions in the court below
would us it seems to us, be to argue in river, which will burn to lime we walked
; duce a considerable population and place favor of repudiation Tho }-'erllandinl1l1li- a. m. which have been made by colleagues and ;

these lands: in cultivation, that will be a verygreat ror, in reply to our article on the subject of Oj/yf Macon. :SaturdayJune.: 18th! 11:30:: would be less independent than a'scparatc from the larding< directly towards: the pinelands -
1\. in. at first over a rich level then ascended
taxation wliieh. appeared the )trot and lire tribunal II
advantage,; to the StiltsTIIt : tMumliu Tuesday June 2M: :2:30:: independently constituted.It : .
City ttf ,
of,the 10th ult., controverts this position. a hill G feet perpendicular, formed all of
tit.C'ity. has been l suggested that the discussionof
: SALARIES.Tho The points !made by the Sun mold Jtce in the p. vf Aiiijusta, Saturday" June 25th, 5.H:( financial reform "should assume a more shells mixed with a little black sandy mould

;y llconomut is obliged; after till to give above extract are all sound but the Sun (nd !1'. practical character. W e have already shown scarce enough to fill up the vacuities betwixt
t up Georgia/ tvs ono of its examples of judicial! Ike i 5s in error. The Mirror has not contro City, ''\',InolllaJnne :2!>th, 8:30: we think satisfactorily, how the legislative, one shell and the other although the

.salaries being less: than }.Florida and now verted them at all or at any time What a. in.Now could be reduced one-half. small ones and broken pieces are drove as
i if the !shipments are made in accordance expenses Let the
I takes! refuge in little 1 Delaware. Our respect- the Mirror !said was in reply to a different of be close together,; as possible: : ; this composition
with the schedule furnished: they willrl.h process reasoning applied to the
sl .contemporary is again in error as Delaware proposition! made by the iS'and Bt't'Iz : the steamships:' in time tcH'ollllect. but other departments, and we shall arrive ntI'fU'tlml lasted for near :200:: yards, the shells diiniu
: id classed the United State census in the prevention ufh,1Jt there is toby ishing gradually, and fine sand appearing
conclusions which
if a train breaks: down they will miss connection : may be acted
: ; as one of the live Middle Atlantic states," found the eoinjxiwatory good to the'vII of increased the next I legislature. more and more until no more shells were '\.
and lie over three days-for instance upon by
and not as one of the thirteen Southern taxation. The Mirror controverted seen mixed with it ; we still came to a rising

t e states. It has only I population of 11,051 ; the position that increased taxation to meetan transferred, last week at 5,000 Callahan crates to of the vegetableswere Waycrosslload Till JACKSOXl'lLLE, 1'EXSACOLAl ground producing hiccory, magnolia

ii t j about une half of that of Florida.! Its principal unwise debt was u cu m ii tnsatory yuod, or the Savannah steamer. The : ItAILROAU SUITS. bay and water-oak, then ground-oak chainterops -

town, Wilmington, has population any other kind of yixxl. The Mirror can onlysee broke to meet delayed too. late The Jacksonville: Xetei thinks it very singular t then pine-land dwarf-myrtle, kal-

r of only 4",4991! !), and has bonded indebtedness in it u justifiable necessity. If it is u train 1111\\11,111111 was that Mr.( C. Willard, on behalf uf the mia vaccinium! andromeda small pines

1' of $1.37\M-or: $:I.2'J: per t'aplta-he- compensatory good. then the unwise debt to make the connection Probably no out'way Dutch bondholders, does not make more and long grass in the j lauds, where the water
blame. ut all
'11 r lag! larger indebtedness! than that of tho and increased taxation !stand! upon the same to :Suchaccidenthappeu: rapid progress: in having the proceedings" under was: about knee-deep more or less! some of
times of the but when so Ill'rishalJlefrl' a
; titate of Florida. The area of the Mate i is basis, and the compensatory good} balances year, a mandate of the :Supreme Court concluded which contain from one to 10 acres ; but
is (involved} grt'at damage '

ght us vegetables
I t less than that of most of our counties. what wo regard: us the unmixed evil.Ve the other dar saw-mill and says : "Considering the long I some ponds are a mile or two big more or

I According to the tkonomitft logic if the agree that the debt should be paid by increased ensues. Again u time during which this litigation has been It'l4.4. some surrounded close with the adjacent
of the
alongside truck .
Georgia judges ought to have more salary because taxation if mvessary, but none the standing Waldo) immediately burnt with n large quantity of dragging its blow! length along' the impatience I pine-lands, and others with large savannahs

t B tho population of Oeorgia; is larger, it less: denounce the debt and hold account near The track burned) and warped of the.public to see it ended and the ut one or both sides, with rivulet
naturally follows: that Delaware should payless the authors of it. We hope that the Sun
3 that, Florida because its area is only sees that it has not correctly apprehended so hour as tu We stop admit the passage that it I ii'cr)":hard on to get pus es:.iun of the road. This conduct I cypress-swamp at the head I was talking,;

"E : ono-twenty-KCVcnth and its population one- our criticism, either in the light of what who has worked in on the part of their attorney Mr. Willard. is to our harts that I ('ouhluot find any good

t half that of Florida. The Kcvnom!>t will hue we said, or of the fact that we hod long before the vegetable grower, and by day for his certainly very toin ular." clay up the river ; he said there was good
the hot night "
"'LII. by
to be satisfied with North Carolina. \'lgoruu lymlrtl'l'rh..1 the scrip! and its Is our l'Ont'lIIpnrLr not afraid. that if white clay to be got on the west-side! of the
Injured on
have it lost
to or way.He
We would also bring to the notice of timer debt IIptt'II'lWOllLtI.'S\, crop the utmost: caretool these long pending suits were finally disposed river near his house : we went to look at it,
has a right to require
4 1 Kcouomist that the United States judges in VKKSVSXKW FORMA duspateh on all hands. We believe !self- of and otf the ,docket the Unite and taking a hoc, I cut u piece of it up.

none of the Southern states receive less a than alike themmagl'tII States court might he obliged to adjourn indefinitely which was a close compact mass of ground
brisk competition is going on betweenthe intermitu'ld ;good feeling prompt
for want of business.It .
'- c $3,500 per ann nm. leres 'eetfuhysuggt'.tto t of the railroads and steamships to sea-shells a little above the surface of the
several routes for flipping grain from
the Economist that Its ding at lovernor Drew will be a dull day in the courts when water the lower the more it looked and felt
a difficulties in
do their best. These part
J the West. The rates by water from Chicagoto are |
basis, unless it U I claimed that the ; I there are no more motions, counter motions like clay. Quere, whetheror :
f juts no If the trade not some sorts
incident enterprises.
New York, r u lakes and canal, have hcnrtshtst new applications for injunctions I-
duties of his ontl.'e \H'rtnot performed inconsequence steamers applications of clay: are not formed out of seashells
1k to about 91'IIb for wheat, makinga was large enough to justify daily to dissolve, motions to
of his not being always tho hcar.motions to ground minutely to
powder in
Savannah, there would I a long series
rVniniidina :
through rate to 1.hertooI from Chicago uf
[ dismiss! orders amended orders, and es of time?
tt capital. _. --_-_- ,_ ____ 14 I } cent, bruin can ho taken (rout $t. bo very litiUd I .lay. Insteadf I being div 1'1.'lallordetll for allowing; of co.sts.in the

ENa'LJ.fill,':JIlGll.1 r/O.Y I. mU to New Orleans by barge at 5 cents, cour.Igcs) and talking of quitting& ; the bu!>i- railroad rases. i I The Conkling-pJatt contest Is still going

Tin utlhjw1 lit .-'ni rutlun which hitherto ami fr"m New Orleans to Uverpool. at :2Jd.: eta.., the vegetable ,jrowr; > on/ht; tu labor to I i I on Albany.. On Thursday a member of

liaj Ufi Agitated i among the lower d.i+...is.lali bringing' the through: rate by the river route increase its volum. MI a to ju-tify greater j I! The State Republican Convention of Ohio !I i the legislature:'! said he had been offered and

I ,rr Arid ordinary mefhanicfc, has lat- nt about Id to Uo; >ui:-. TIMrailriM.K, it \Is 1\1I.1111"tl' tie<|tuii ,".t\'1litie"! When freight;! met on the 8th inst. at Cleveland: and nominated J>aid l $:!,oo) to vote for Depew. administration -

i ; l'jCOJlU' u" absorbing quwtioii with the clear cannot eouijH'ti-| n4lrnldv\ l with the*.. I Js ottered f .r u daily steamer. hip owners I I for governor, Charles Foster; lieuten candidate. He deposited the
early money
I will a..- mil, 1 id l tit them on. "'e hear of no i ant-governor. Judge Richards. Senator SherI I
hrid mic1&tI. c1u. of farmers, the ma .tj'r roh"t There wt-ieon tin Hit just t twntvltia :, ; put I with the speaker and called for a committee

and S laJ1-e number tease I !t e"II..hlplt ; >ling in New ( ''rl&ut',1' : '" e .in-!.Jut aguhikt the railroad as to not fur- man made a >'pccih, and u .platform! was ofinvestigation. It will doubtless beclaimcsl
mechanics. : i i I
1 I facilities flr taking all time i adopted endorsing who from jx-nsjoiu, t bequests or Inhumane, right lwrtl mihsluug tip vege > :tration. to Us :a put-up job.


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UKVLXVi: LAWS.Oil from clay today until so much of each parcel the date and the aninunt paid in hooks! 1'1'0.,1 I sary: for the State to ,procure n deed, but the I and the i commissions' i for collecting the
thereof shall l bo sold as shall bo Milllcient vided for that {purpose.SEC. title shall be held! to be in the State and the county taxes shall be audited and aliowelby

to pIhl' taxes, costs and charges thereon ; I ",i.nc'r one year from the date of certificate shall he c\'hlcl\'eofthe title of the the county commissioners,
,\rriu .210.: -Sections II t tll (Vi.An 'SEO.: 03. An act entitled an act for the assessment
and in C'II'I'tlll'I'IIrc no bidders the! whole sale any person' may purchase any such tax :State.::
act for the .\!'ses!mcnt ami, Collection of t tract shall be hid oil' ,by the collector for the certificate held by tfie State: fl'l'II1'lhl'I'OIHP- :SKC.; 01.: The assessor of taxes shall he entitled and collection of revenue, ap
Revenue.SEC. State.' I roller by paying (the.. amount of such certificate to receive the following commissions I'rovl'lll'\'hrulT\, 1871 ; and also, an act

: : 4 15.! That the president and, secretary, Sir.: ;;;0. The land shall be, struck offtothe I with accrued interest lIt iwenty-lho\ upon the amount of taxes assessed! excluding entitled an act for the assessment!' and collection
I I of March 7 1870
of railroad person: who shall pay the tax costs 1\11,1 percent, per annum, and the endorsement': errors, to-wit : On the first: thousand revenue "l'1'fol'ided are
superintendent or repealed
manager track ruail-ltcil any I charges for the! least t number of acres of land, of such certificate hv the comj I roller in his dollars, ten per cent. ; on the next hereby : That nothing in
or or
COll1pan.WIOC thereof this Stale shall and t the portion thereof t sold shall be taken name of office shall be sufficient evidence of thousand dollars, live per cent. ; on the I this act shall belo construed to impair
part 1'1111 annu- of
any the validity of assessment taxes
ails' before the second in from the southeast corner of such, parcel, theIransf'rutlneignnientthcrcof I !" : next two thousand dollars, three per cent. ; any
on or I I prior to the of this act nor of
July, return to the comptroller of the State, and described in a !square form, or as near (/ho/, TIIl'PIII'1'I1:11I1': shall ]'tnri'haieall the on the balance, one per l'I'lIl., which shall be passage ,
had that
tinder\ their oath, the total length of such may be.SKC. I certificates held by the State, city or town, allowed him \by the comptroller UI\llplitl to I any proceedings or (done or may
be had done collectorfor
railroad, the total length and value of such ,">!. The collector of revenue shall require I upon the same I'property, but in cruse: a deed! him by the treasurer as other comptroller's hereafter or by any heretofore
the collection of taxes
roads lines ofwn\l"ond- immediate payment I by, any person: tel has been made to the State, city or town, warrants are paid, and the assessor!' shall receive I any assesso -
or including rights
I'rovldnl, / That all sales for taxes made
whom o'f land 1 be struck certificates i shall not be aligned 1 unless : ,
any parcel such may such the same rate of commissions for assessing -
bed, side-track' :main-track, in State, I after the t first of A. I)1882
day February ,
and the total length and value thereof in Ill, and in all cases where payment is not the purchaser shall also purchase the title of the county tax, to he allowed by the I the.
shall he in of ; of
each and town in made in twenty-four hours, he may declare the :State; city or town from the comptroller\ county commisMioncr.s: ; and paid by the county : pursuance provisions:
county this act, and all such sales, and the titles
the hid canceled lands the constituted city town Ituok'is :
and sell received
this State they shall also: make return of the again on or properly or authorities. treasurer. When the tax
; and rights thereunder, shall bo as valid and
the following day, and so neglecting ; the from the assessor examined
the number and value of their locomotive\ any person Ity comptroller ,
effectual for all if the
or refusing to pav any hid made: hj Six: oS. On t the presentation! of such certificate and found to be correctthen the enmp- legal purposes as assessment -
engines freight, platform, construction
passenger him entitled such certificates of sale t to the clerk of had been made and all proceedings
and other IInellll'purtl'W\I1Cl'!!, shall not he after neglect, or troller\ shall issue:, his warrant for four-fifths
and the value thereof cars shall be apportioned 1 to have any hid made by him received bj the Circuit Court or his deputy, or the ('\('I'kof of the amount of commissions duo the assessor prior to such :sale' had been done under

the rnttt to each mile of the collector of revenue ;during such sale. the city or town as the case may ho, after reserving the payment of the remaining the provisions: hereof
by comptroller, pro /'IEl't the sale aforesaid the collectorof the of t Into { by law in first Approved March 5, 1881.
main track, and, the comptrollershall\ notifv : expiration (provided oue-lifl11 until the day of February .
the assessor! !' of each through which!. revenue shall give to the purchaser a cortificatc this: act for the redemption of lands sold as: in ('lIl'h"ellr, and the county commissioners, -- -- -
county sale the! lands aforesaid I unless the have been the The situation of Irish affairs I Is daily becoming -
such railroad runs of the number of miles I of such describing same redeemed in their settlement with assessor, shall: I
of truck and the value thereof, and the I'lIrcho"l'lll11el the amount I paid therefor j lie shall execute to the purchaser or proceed in the same manner.Sir. : I worse. The evictions attempted have
proportionate and the t ('Ulll'l'torhall receive for such certificate his heirs or assigns\ a deed of the land therein
value of personal/ property taxable / 01. The collector of revenue shall bo in almost every case caused riotous proceed-
The certificate unless he shall haediscoveredthat ,
in their counties and to such I twenty-live cents. described ( : : entitled to commissions the amount of
respective! :
have been ordered into the
; form sold which I ings. Troops
shall be substantially in the following! the same was Improperly )
shall ) him follows
collected On
values thus!' apportioned the assessor Stato' taxes by as :
deed shall be ; evidence, of the turbulent districts and collisions
to-wit jtrimiifticif seem probable
: ,
add the value of nil other real property, to : the first: thousand\ dollars, ten per cent. ; on
gether with all fixtures, machinery, tools :STATE OF FL01Un.l{ ss: No. -, o'f; the of the land proceedings hth : from to the the valuation date- the next thousand dollars\, five percent. ; on which may be attended with serious
and other property within their respectivecounties CofNTY OF --, J iOrriet J' inclusive ( assessors the balance one per cent. ; ami' he I shall lie consequences. The English government is
of the deed and the con"idcratiun! i
; and upon the value thus: 11-1''I'- / : of TIII: COU.IXTOK: OK ULVKNUK;) : 1 l expressed: in the tI"I'llIlIlr be the same as I is allowed\ Iho same: rate of commissions for likely to stand firm for enforcement of the
tained, taxes shall: \ be assessed\ the same as -, .1.11.18-. J 1 collecting\ I the- county ta v.; commissions
upon the property of individual: and any 1, collector of revenue of ..ul! interest in the lllt certificate of sale, 111111huaccrue. for (collecting the State taxes shall!! be, audited laws, and it will be difllcult\ to control thee
of such is authorized of twenty-jive percent per and allowed\ the and I Irish. when their '
agent company pay the county of in the :State: added thereto which: deed! shall be by comptroller paid peasantry passions
such tax to the collector\ \ and retain the Florida, d'ohereby certify that I did, at pub substantially annum in the following form : by the treasurer upon\ the warrant. therefor, i aroused.IMPORTANT !.

J. amount out of any money in possession\ lic auction, pursuant: to notice given by law .. .
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To whom these presents shall: come, greeting -
belonging to such road. us required) on this: day'lf ,
:SEC.10.:: That if any railroad: company: A. \D. 1 IS sell to the lands i : '
shall be in the hands of receiver or other herein described for (the sum of dollars Whereas! at a sale of land* by A. M., collector -" NOTICE __
olliccr. such receiver or other oml'l'rhall and cents., said sum being the Ill''l'n'III1I' of the county'llr -
make the returns required by this act ; and amount due and unpaid( for !taxes: l'o tlIl\lll lit public auction in the said!
should any railroad company, or its officer charges on the described I lands, for the year county of on the day of .
fail to make the returns required by this act of our Lord one thousand eight hundred in the \"(':1of our Lord one thousand J. & T. EYDD.Arc
to the comptroller on or before the second and ; t thator : right hundred :and .forthelionpayment '.
:Monday in July, annually, the comptroller his assigns will therefore be entitln: ) of the taxes levied and assessed '
shall proceed ascertain the values herein to a deed of conveyance of such lands t thereon for t the year one thousand\ eight receiving immense additions to their already large stock of ;

required from the best information he can in accordance with law; unless the !same hundred and and which remained '.
obtain, and add. thereto one hundred per shall be redeemed within one year by payment unpaid on the day of such sale, togetherwith '
centum as a penalty, and apportion! the of said amount, with interest the' the costs and charges due therewith, SPRING AN1) SUMMER, GOODS
same among the several counties, cities and rate of tWl'ntIi"I'r" cent, per annum t the following described: piece or parcel ,
incorporated towns through which said roads Said lands are described as follows, to-wit : (pieces or parcels.) was (or were) sold. to

run, in the manner hereinbefore provided.SEC. in the county of who was the best' bidderthcr0l'ur Men's and Youth's. Clothing;, ,
47. That the president, "secretary, !superintendent and assessed; : ; at dollars and for the !sum of (or if more
manager or agent of any rail- cents. Witness my hand than one tract or )parcel was sold to such FKO.M LOW-1'lllCKI\ : ) TO FIN'E: COODS.' \ ::
road company owning land or any other atIS this day of purchaser, then for the following mentioned
the State shall sums, to-vvit : describing each tract -
real estate in any cOUIIIin purchased
IMIKSS ( OOISfull and complete' stock consisting of SUMMER SILKS
make and deliver the transferred separately, and state' the sum for ,
out to assessors! :'!, on or Any such certificate my be or
before the second Monday in July, in each assigned: by the person to whom the same which each I was sold, and if a part of any ALL-WOOL LACK: HUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN; LAWNS, nARI ntH}; and GRENADINES -

year, of each county where the property is was issued by such person writing his name I'nn'cor\ lot shall be sold for the taxes on SWISSES: TARLETANS, VICTORIA' and PERSIAN LAWNS tit low price
l'itllatclI,1I full and complete list of all l lands on the back thereof. the whole of such parcel! or lot, then describe IlnrgaiiiM In Summer Mlltw-from Fifty Cents upwards
and town lots by sections, township and SKC. 53.: Immediately after any tax sale, also the whole of the lot or parcel for

.I range, and. by lot and block, of lands or lots the collector of revenue shall enter in n the tux upon which such part thereof was Gents' Finc'FUl'uishillg': Goods
owned or held by them the same as:' the book to he prepared, by him for that pars sold,) dollars and cents, a Specialty.Our .
property of i individuals. pose, a list of all the lands sold for taxes, which such sum (or if more than one lot, orpttrccl
SEC. 4H. If theta l'S upon any real or personal showing the date of the sale, the number of wmll'"rdmsl.I, which I'H'rul1IIIS) Improved Dollar Shirt I is the best, unsurpassed fit and quality.
estate shall not be paid on or before each certificate, the name of the owner as was the whole amount of the tlM'llll1C and\ HlciirlitMl aiul Brown G'olloiiM at Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom nt

the first day of January of any year, and resort returned, a description of the land sold, the unpaid on said tract (or several tracts( ) of JO cents ; 1O-I Sheeting, 25 eciitM.
therefor is made real estate! the name of the purchaser, the amount for land for the years aforesaid!' together with
upon A case of splendid Standard Prints tit O edits yard.J& .
thereon and the per
the interest and costs due \
collector shall advertise\ and sell in the manner which sale was made, leaving suitable margins
hereinafter provided. lIe shall make in which to enter the time of redemption charges of such sale, and has )been paid by Wo are Agents for DHVLIX: x11 CO., lending Clothier of New York City.

out a statement of all such real estate, specifying and the name of the person redeeming, the said to the said. A. U., collector Spring: Samples' now ready; zoo) I'It'lci-slxty: of tltl'11f'Om $Hi to ft 2 5 per Nliit.

the amount due on each parcel, and and on completing the entry of such sales, \ of revenue aforesaid : Kit guaranteed.jRfT'A !.
o'f all unpaid taxes of such: party, together the collector of revenue shall make u copy Now, therefore, know all men by these I
with the costs of advertising and expense of thereof and shall file< the original in the office presents: that the State of Florida" in consideration visit to our establishment} will convince you that, while we do not sell ..

sale, and such advertisement: shall be published of the comptroller, and the copy ill the of the sum of money aforesaid and inferior Goods\, we are the Cheapest I>ry Goods HOIIMC from Maine to'

in the manner provided, ,by law for office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, which the premisestlid in conformity/ with law, riorida. ,.,

1 legal advertisements, and shall: be publishedonce entry shall be in the following form, for example hatband doth hereby give, grant and convey T. d3 T. IK. D :D
in each week in a newspapcrpublished; : the tract (or sen'rllllrnd\) Vfl\lHlllhO\'e ,

at the county site, if there be such newspaper 'o: described, together with the hereditaments New YOl'k Onicc{ ) 17'11 N.E.: Cur Centre aunt Third StJ so published, and if there i is no such j 101.. .. II j 'IP 1I. *. and appurtenances, to the said 83: 1VnhkerStreet, J ({ Fernandimi" Fla.
newspaper 'published in the county, then by I. I: '' 14"I;: -/, and to Ilia heirs and assigns, to their solo u stand
... : I :"
::: benefit {forever.In .
posting in t nrec public places in the county, I
one of which shall be at the court-house, for :.. 1 1,:- I ; aw :to testimony whereof, I, C. I)., clerk of W. A. SANBORN. '
four successive Wl'I'ksI1I\11, the publisher'scharge ; ';; I : the Circuit Court of county, (have* .
fur Ilh'ertisiughall be, for the advertisement : "I'I executed this deed, pursuant to and in virtue .-- _. _. .
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of the authority invested!' by law and for
of the belonging to I :
: property ...
each -".- ..""- .. C' I ,- and on behalf of said !State, and have hereunto -----l------
one individual or firm, fifty cents for ..... -" ... ":". lI
square or less for each insertion, and a copy .... II :"I :: = 'I.I' subscribed my name: officially and
of such advertisement shall be recorded in ', I ; !" ': atllxed the seal of the Circuit Court of the I
the county clerk's office{ \ previous to the sale. S; ,:' ,I !=? rJs 3i. 1 :2'xWl :' .::-;s*:; IollilloUlltyuf at in the
I 5 i. ;; ,
When lands are advertised] for sale for taxes ..:.,' I .1'' -. IIl1i.ll'ollllt\' this day .
under the provisions of this act, the collector :j 'I-I-,II'". of in the year of our Lord one ;
shall be entitled to five per cent commissions j. p =- II; : I < f a thousand eight hundred; and :Z; WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Z

on the amount of each delinquent tax, I""I :. ',e. i'"a' ::! Done in the presence of \ ,
where actual sale is made, and twenty-five I',-I' I,?t ;u.l...I ," chiEMI I r 1 I
cents for each certificate of sale, but no collector : "L Clerk of the Circuit Court.
shall charge or receive any fees or I .... : i : 2": SKI-: "II.!> The clerk of any city or Incorporated P::; P::; I

commission\ { on land sold for taxes: except ,, ... ., I 0: I II town, or his doimty' shall make the
such as i is provided for in this act. .\Ill'uch I I I'! 'I.I ;- : deed for all lands sold) in said city or town By Hail Steamer, and Sail, I

,sales shall commence on the regular sale day I+ .... for the non-payment' of city or town taxes, o OPQ
prescribed by law, and may lie continued :.-.I I-- _: and not redeemed, substantially' in the same j
from day to day.. Such advertisement shall I Intel, !-= I {form as provided in the foregoing( section. :

b3 in the following form, to wit : ,..... : FCc "' SEC.: (GO. All tax deeds. :shall be b l\'tllll PQ !
NOTICE. -1-1, .I"..; -I I I the name of the State, shall bo signed, by A LARGE STOCK OF I
the clerk of the Circuit Court, shall, be witnessed
Notice is hereby given that the following (g-') --I I II by two witnesses, and! the 8'ullll' the
tlcl'ribelllallds will be sold tit public) auction 1 ,,.. !-I: I' ;;' .? Circuit Court attached theuto. The clerk of 2. 2

on the day of -, at in the I !: I 5g the circuit: court shall he entitled to receive ,
county of or HO much thereof as I&I, : one dollar for each deed i i'"Ul'II.l4Y.l' !" _
will be necessary to pay the amounts Jue for I' I I! sfiis"i ,I 1 c. fJl. No suit or proceeding hall be
taxes herein set opposite!' to the same, together i:2.'I ': "i IT :S; with the costs of sale and advertising : ,, .- I I. l:>- his heirs his their ] FUBNITU !
I I'' I_ ; or assigns, or or legal/ fl'l"- i i L[ )
: HH, ', resentatives, to bet aside any deed OQ !j oo
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T'1 i LLi .1 I ;: I ... _- I I ._. II I- against the grantee in Midi deeds, his heirsor I I i,

OWlIl'r I! Ikescrlption of hued c j] 4jI I I g :.." ;;.,1 I._ = assigns, or legal representatives, to recover I i iIi
I II I I I.') the possession! of said lands, unless ouch, J
I 0 aEt I = I C'' .'I, e suitor proceedings[ he commenced within Ii --

I Ii three years after the recording! of such deed .
SEC. 51 The tax collector of any city or in the county where the lands lie : /'"/,,,/ i-- incorporated: town shall proceed substantially That infants"' : persons/ of unsound! mind, or 4 I I GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
in the same manner in the collectionof under guardianship, or imprisoned, may
j taxes and sale of lands for non-payment commence such suit or proceedings within I
: I I II of taxes ta collectors of revenue.SEC. thre./years after such disability shall cease. II

I :; M.IIY person/ or agent of such person When a recovery Ls IIIL.II by any person or a I
I claiming any of the lands, or part corHtration( of any la\lllllol.1 for taxes I under '::_' : ._ ;: :
I' thereof, may, at any time within one year lliM" act, who has not prior to the sale [mid .
I next succeeding the sale, redeem any par the taxes thereon fur which the land was ,
1 I I ('clohaitl land, or part or interest in the old, the person or ('lIrl".ruti'JII having such
(To be binned) --. --, name, by making affidavit that hctfrnheM I recovery ...halll'a.\ the, [party from whom f5: CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. f5:
Collector of Itevenue. the owner or agent of such lands, ulllll'ny- recovery is had all the taxes tlle has buldupn| :
ing to the clerk of the Circuit Court the the said. land at the time of Mile\ and the redemption
The publishers. proprietors, or foreman of amount for which such .parcel was bold) or money hereupon( together with 1 1I
any'newspaper publishing! any such' notice such |Mrtion thereof as the part IJr Inh.'r(>lot : all taxes he has paid since said) bale, with I j
shall forward. a copy of each number of his redeemed shall amount to, with interest eight percent. interest thereupon/ [ ; also the .
paper containing such notice to the collectorof thereon at the rate of twenty-five l l'er cent : value of all permanent improvements made

revenue clerk of the Circuit Court, by per annum and fifty cents redemption fees, upon said land Imui / mail, and shall make an affidavit setting I and when any lands shall have been so redeemed fur taxes laid, redemption money and improvements _. .
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forth a copy of such notice, with the date of the county clerk shall refund to titioii the \land, to be found ulnnl|
the first; publication thereof, and number of purchaser holding hU certificate of vale the trial or hearing when the recovery Ii W. A. SANBORN.
insertions, sworn to and bubscrioed before of such lands the full amount mentioned in hili I. .
some officer authorized to administer oaths I said (certificate of vale, with interest at the SEC.: G2. Where land is lid! off by the collector
in the county in which said newt-paper[ Ii I rate of twenty-five i per cent per annum wi fur the'otatc: the tax I certificate shall
. ., published, and shall send biich wI paid, ami the holder of ouch certificate of be {sailed: by the collector l tl) the State, in the
the clerk of the circuit court erevbaichland ale shall thereupon( relinquish all cUimtu name of the comptroller and! if th land is ARLINGTON NURSERIES.TUOritMIjniMi
i is situated, who shall record the same said lands by surrendering Bald certificate, h iiGtredeeini! or the certificate not bold by .
among tile records of his! ftlee. and, after I and in ease of the redemption of land nold the State, the title to the land shall, at the
such recording, deliver it to the collector of I by any collector of taxes of any city or incorporated expiration: of the time fur redemption \'(>tin

revenue or the collector of the city or town, town, Mu-h pfiwiii shall make the State; without the i Killing nfanv deed NiII-TltOIIG'AI. ERltl'1"1'111IS: : ROSES: l iC'IIforsaiMi : )<
as the case may be. and hall IMS entitled to I application tll the! <-'>ll.i.ti>r of *,!('fi city or as provided for in other UIM.-N und lie I certificate
receive the fame fees for such record a-s paid j incorporatfl 1 "Wn to riili'i-m lju' (lauilsmjld, hall |he evidence of the title of the : IVIIKUIIMiituii.sunu: : Fi for other reumlingevery five figures to bo i which ee rtitieaic of redemption .It.tll! \\m State, aiul none of the prntNion in Ibis I act
counted as one word unc half of such fee to counl.fri:iuil by lire clerk nf cuch ably ..r providing for the i ivsiiiii/ of a deed hall ups --- ,
be [wild each l II v the State and county.SKC Int'I.Jrl'"ratt'll l town. ply to 'tll'h rants, aiul in all cases in which
..'... On the day designated in the no SEC. "al ti. 1'r.xtn die |1"-lIwnt ..r the re- {and or real t-htaie has hen'toG.re' been w ld NKVV.M.: f'IIOlctlUlr.: : ..:si Hutliled Orange Trees" MADE: A SPECIALTY

tice of sale, at 12 o'clockJon, the collectorof r denii.tion in-tnev and hh"ret lu the clerk:) .: of and purchased by the Mate, und) the certificate t.:
revenue shall commence the sale of those the Circuit c.turi. or coll.ftur lie any city or \ha* not been mild or the land or r''I1I11- -- ,
lands on which 'the taxe have not Utn paid town, a" aforesaid l he.hatl i"!"ue a c(rtilicat4tioii. tate not been mlt-eiiinl awl the /lime for redemption -Ir- Send; fur Oencriplive& Catalogue. .

as aforexaKl, anti shall continue the same of ,,,, (' und 1 hall malt au rutty of tiny &t1.str1, it hall/ not )* neco- -. AMIKUT: i. imm'IM.: .

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l .tLO .O Tim TRANSIT HOAlt. -curacy and swiftness: of an archer's row'l I (u'I.n1)JIU:: : : it v.United RARER (''(ICST\'. I .fs.Yessorof Tujrcs-Thomas! Bard, Cotton

unto its prey. It has! been known County" .T",1qI'-H. D. )Davis, Sanderson. Plant.
States! Olllrcrs.MND Collector of lc'r"p/r-"fl'll"rJck N. l-oyt
: THE VEOETAULK OROWElt.B-ARCIIER, HRONSON, pursue a fleeing : OFFICE:, OUNIHVILLE.: : IT. p, Herndon, Sanderson.Attestor : .
ROSEWOOD SNAKK: RANCH-WONDERFUL: is the horned snake, the horn attached Superintendent; of Schools-H. (J. Martin[ ,
f Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.Jieceivcr of TIIrrneor P. Canovn, Sanderson
,y t SNAKES: AND: SNAKE STORIES. to the tail, which is thrown about with the -John I F. Rollins (Iainesville.XarreyorGriirrnlaalachl \ Fort McCoy ,

'c' To the Editor 01 the Mirror, ; force, dexterity and rapidity a rapier in [ Martin, Talla- Collector of Il't'c/l/c-nidlllrll Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY.Cmnrty .

I Notwithstanding the extreme drouth that the hands of n. skilled<< swordsman.) The ha< hf'TRrt.'ot'lrr.! Superintendent of Sr11101.A./ ,,'. Cobb.Olustce. *-Peter T. Knight, Key West
prevails around Gainesville, and the Bad! desponding glass! snake excites much interest and curi .o."criff-ncor/ A. )Demerritt, Key West.

.. faces, that flit like dreary shadows osity. One can strike it on the back with a /I/Ilfc-Thollla Settle, Jacksonville.Marth'd \DFORD COUNTY.Jiatnln Assessor of Tares-Walter Maloney, Jr.,
/ -J. II. }Durkee, Jacksonville.
as they speed to the depot: astride a box of stick and it will fly into half a
pale, sickly cokes: to catch the passing train and it will join together and become whole INTERNAL: : ENUI;: ;. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Jr.Collector, Key Treat of tlci-cnuc-Walter C. Maloney(

"? y to New'York, the town wears: a cheerful appearance ngain. These owners have countless numbers Odlr'dfJr-ellllii, ) Eagan: Jacksonville.! /rriff-W..h c$./()r of Tu'r-N.\V. Till II Wainwright 1111 II. Starke. Lake Superintendent, ,of Sc//lJoTII-J. ,'. Harris, Key

'J;; k in anticipation of the arrival of the of poi on leRM snakes, which are pointed- COLLECTORS<< OF CUSTOMS Butler. West. ....
('. :, engine and cars, loaded with snakes NA S\U ("Ot'STOmJy.TwlyclIinton \ ,
narrow-gauge nosed ; the poison havesquare noses John Unwell, Fernandina. Collector of T'I'clI/tc-BunIJcrrr Haynes, ,
it < the heavy men of Palatka, over the Florida Having now all the varieties found in this E.lwarllJul'kinOl, Jacksonville\ Santa Fc.Superintendent. J. Baker, Fernan j j
j is theJ' John F. House St. of Schools-\,. B. Rhodes: I
which Augustine. dina.Clerk
; Southern Railroad, expected State, they contemplate introducing into Starke. -.J. A. Edward", Fernandina.
!I:, lost of this month I Then t the nation's birthday I their ranch the cobra and boa, having out a. J. M. Currie, Cedar Key IIRKVARD; ('lIt':>iT\ "" 'lcriff-l'etr'r Cone, Fernandina. t

all" will\ he gloriously! celebrated ; .J. H. Roper standing! order for these varieties When Connty .TII"tll'-.Janll's A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes-Win. H. Garland, Fernandina.

made happy in the large sale of town Robinson nnd Coup were at Gainesvillethey Staff Ollh-ers.! Point. .

i lots, and Thad. Foster rejoice: in the increase! offered large sums for a. pair, but could EXECUTIVE: : 1>KP.\: HT.M EXT.: ClI'I'/.-.\. A. Stewart Titusville.! \ nandina.Stijicrintcndcnt Collector. of KereiHie-Warren 1 F. Scott, Fer-
>, 'ol'crt/or-'Vm/ D. Bloxhanl'I'alhahasse.! A*. c, *or of T t of his already lucrative business. not buy. Among the non-poisonous snake! of Scltoolq-11'. Mahoney,
ClllclUlIlt-Gol'c//Wr-Li\'lng-toll; : W. Bethel nn a.
t The vegetable growers along the Transit are the king, or gopher !snake, that is Key West.S'retary r.'ollcrltJrol: l1'1'rllllc-Jt' M.['Plattl.nke Jcs- Callahan.

Road are suffering for rain, and as they trained, and when it is their wish to capture ( of State-John L. Crawford, Tal sun, Orange County. ORVNOKCOUNTY.

i J wend their languid steps to their (field", mill any of the snakes, they use one according to lahassee.ComptrollerIV. superintendent/ of SeloQ1s-A. Grady. I Clerk J. Orlando.
I). Barnes Tallahassee. !
j i'l. look upon the drooping cuke vines or what they want to capture. If it should be Tf'fw/rcr-lIcnrr A. L'Engle, Tallahassee. I CIAY COUNTY. Sheriff; -Thomas W. Shine. Fort Reid. f

f sparsely-fruited tomatoes!, their visions! of n large rattle, they take out their: master tto/'l/cy-GcJ/cral-George/ P. llaney, Talla County Judge-J. 1', Copeland, Orange- Assessor of Taxes-James! M.[ Owens, Fort J

r. 't' f f'A1 t the usual trip to Saratoga or Long Branch king, which is eight feet long, in n bag to the hassee.Commissioner! Park. Reid, Fla.Cnlleetorof. J
ll ; ; Lands-Hugh)[ A. Corley A. Green Cove Rt/'CIIIII'-Xat. Poytitz, Orlando.Superintendent .
vanish like the dewdrops under a scorching locality where they: wish to take from, and of / -0. Buddington, of Sc/wols-John T. Becks

t t:. sun. Such are the feelings of those! us far the king into the field and he enters on Tallahassee.! Springs Fort Reid
put Superintendent of Public /IqlrlcfQnh.; Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove i
t'[' down as Bronson, where the scene changes. the hunt. They have a bell on the king, by Foster, Tallahassee.Adjutant'GcHcrnl:; Spring:' 1-UTXAM COUXTY. :

;; .-: The woods arc covered: with the bright green which they keep up. When the king strikes -J.Yi. Yonge, Tallahassee! Attetsar' of Tares-Wm. Conway, Kingsley.: Judge of 1'01mtc-B.. Harrison, Palatka.Clerk j1

fl. \ t' grass ; the fields luxuriant with fine crops. the trail of the rattlesnake, he gives! the bella BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector 'of nerenite"'m. S. Plummer, -\V. F. )Forward Palatka.Sheriff ,
(Commissioner; Robinson Tallahas -Thomas )
J r A. Manville Shally. !
a; a : The vegetable growers arc happy, hastening vigorous shake of glee and glides with
see. Superintendent of Schools)[. F. Geiger, ..clIsu/-S.. E. Timmons. I
: ;);' forward their fine, crisp produce, and everybody great speed through the hammock and scrub Clerk-11. C. Long, Tallahassee \[Iell(llehu rg. Collector of R'l'Cllllc-Joseph Prices

t I ( is cheerful and gay from Fairbanks until he overtakes the rattle. Then commences Special Agents-Samuel Fairbanks Astor ('nt.uornl.COUST\ Superintendent of Public Schools-3. M'

a. h\ to Cedar Key-the largest shipments going a. contest in which the lion hunt of Building, Jacksonville ; D. S. Place, Waldo. Cl/Pwly.Tw1uc-\\'. M.[ Ivcs, Jr., Lake City Strickland. TAYLOR COUNTY.

; J from Arredondo. There were shipped on SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
Africa, the tiger of India, the wild boar of
'. the first of June 0,000 crates! and this was a Chiff Justice-K. M.[ Randall, Jacksonville Sheri/-3. \\'. Perry Lake City CO/IJd'IJwlyc-'V. II. Parker, Perry.SherijThomas .
the black forest! of Germany, or the cougaror Associate. Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas- Attestor of Taxes-\*. \\', Rivers! Lake City. Ostecn, Perry
: J.1 small day's work, owing to the scarcity of panther of America pall for interest and see Collector of Tnxes-3. L. Parish, Lake City. Clerk-John C. (Calhoun Perry,

r rain.I thrilling excitement. The king snake knows .f 1ssoriateJestieC-R.; B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Sujicrintendent of ,/lOols-T .I. Franklin,

In all the towns and the Jacksonville.! Lake City. Perry.
throughout well thata.bite from those dreadful
very << fangs, CIk-G., II. Foster, Tallahassee.CIRCUIT County Treasurer). S. Sutton, Perry.
+ N' country, there I is much 1U"ey.in circulation long and crescent-shaped, hollow almost to County Surrcuor-D. X, Cox, Perry.
McLean Jack
JUDDER.First William A.
\'. owing to the great diversity of industries County Judfjc- nllll'ctlirIf JlercinieAssessor -
the point, filled with the virus of death, will
Circuit; E. Maxwell Pen- son
) -Augustus of T".rc.H. H. Peacock Perry.
: in operation along the Transit Road be n. long farewell to him ; :is also does! the sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. ,

; At Millard's a. new depot has been put up, rattle know that unless he succeeds in giving Second Ci.cltil-a\icl) S. Walker, Tallahas "crUT-Urlah Bowden, Jacksonville.Attestor ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.

,, l and at Arredondo the depot has been enlarged his adversary a wound it is all day with see.Third of Taxes-.\. J. Prevatt, Jackson County ,Judge.! M.[ R. Cooper, St. Augus
Crcuit-I-.T.: Vann, Madison. vine tine.
*3i with several new warehouses to accommodate him. The king snake is: bold, and will surely Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker Jackson Collector of R'l'rIlIfCoscs .J, Brown, Clerk-Barlolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.:,

N ?, the increasing! business. NearArredondo conquer. The owner of the ranch stands ville. Jacksonville.Siijierntcndeit. Sheriff Ramon; Hernandez, St. Augustine

is to be seen a. Florida curiositya ofTand enjoys the excitement, mid just before Fifth Circuit-Jautes Dawkins, Gainesville. / of Selwo1s-\lbel.t J. Russell Assessor o.1il.rcs-arill) L. )Dunham. St.

-. genuine old-fashioned Virginia stone !. Jacksonville. AiunMinc.:
the king snake puts! in his finishing
Ojlrcturof Rt''t'/lIIC-.JU F.
Sixth C'r/tit-J, [ Mitchell\[ Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. I'l'h Llnmbias
fence-extending some distance along a. gen strokes, he goes up with his cage and tongs, Seventh Ci'cuitr.rl'her Cocke, Sanford St. Augustine.Superintendent.

i tleman's land, enclosing the field After takes the rattle by the neck, and places it in County Clerk-J.Judf/e Caldwell-Henry Jasper.J. Stewart, Jasper. : of! ,troo1.q1''. Pcrpall,, '.

'*i ,r.J looking upon this, it cannot be said that the cage, and after allowing the king to cool Court Calendar.FIRST S//crUT-.Jall1e M. )Duncan, ,TaH er. :St.: Augustine. .
t :i )Florida is entirely n. bed of sand. off, opens his hag, in which the snake goes, AsucMor 1 of T./rcs-.J. ]R. Hunter.'Ancrum.)
CIRCUIT. Collector Il'l''lwc-W. II. II. McLeod Judge-Henry H,( 'nH ily, Lecsburg: .
[ and houses have been of ,
r 1 Many new pretty throws it across! his shoulder, nnd makes for Fall ThrumSanta Columbia Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Ll'l. burg.

," built nt Archer, and at Bronson we were his! boat or fresh game.Mr. Rosa. 2d Monday\[ III October. County.Superinlewlent of Schools,-Joshua H. Roberts Sheriff-J. S. I Dyches, 'Lcesburj.:

pleased! with the growth of the (town In size J. It. Crawford and Captain Reddick Walton, Itli Monday\ in October .\ncrum. Assessor of T u-es-(i. P.11'a11,11'ebster.
Holmes, 2d Wednesday:! : after -.lIhlon.1a\
F" ) Collector of Rtl'//IIe-.John/ W. Dyches) .
and architecture, )Hon. W. J. Jones ,
style have closed a contract with Judge Hell, the in October. HERNAMIO COUNTY. Lcesburg.Sttjicrintendcnt.

t has a handsome! structure near tl.e depot ,' other personage I mentioned, an attache of Washington, 2d Monday after-Itli Monday[ County ./lItlgc-\. L. Fricrson, Brooks- of Schools-A. C. Clarke,.

I in sight I is the Bronson Hotel[ pretty enough the Smithsonian Institute, whose head luar- in October. ville.Clerk. Suuitcry!lle.
1 Jackson, Monday[ after -Ith Monil.iy[ in -,1. C. Law Bmoksville.Sheriff .
} to entice the weary, and on a high eminence tens: are at Gainesville, to allow him to go October.Escamhin.. .,, -J. B. \litk ler, P.rooksville.Attestor SUWANCE COUNTY.

i is the temple of justice overlooking! the into their dominions and capture( what : : 1 1st Monday\[ ; In December.) of Tajrei-Frank E.Saxon, Brooksville. ( lIllfJlldfJlJ-M.[ M.[ Blackburn Live ::;
I Ii country where the venerable and erudite snakes he desires for one-half the catch This act anleIukMI l section 2 of act of February Oak.
!, : 10, 1870 and docs not change the Collector Ikreuue-F.. Townsend Clerk Robert A. Reid, 1.1Oak.. ,
': Judge Dawkins presides! with dignity and of / ,
: } Judge Bell is n. man of extensive travel, and S .ning'l'enn. Brooksville.Superintendent. Sheriff-John R. :Sessions:; :; Live Oak

i wisdom. About a rille-shot way is the understands the art of the India snake TIIIRP CIRCUIT of Rl'l1011111H. Thrasher, Assessor of Tarcs-r. H. Sessions, Wei-.

I 'f i mansion of Colonel Coulter: in the midst of charmers: amt anticipates a grand run of Sjiriinj/! TermTaylor Fort Dade born.

an extensive park of }pines: and<< oaks, where snakes with n fine catch )He[ has! gotten a 1st Tuesday after M Monday in HII.I nOKOUilI: COUNTY. Live Collector Oak. of Ict'I'IIUe-TInht..rt F, Allison,

1s ::1 gambol nail<< play his fine herd of deer, his great many birds and eggs: from the rookeries : April. in County .I"dye-II. 1.. Crane, Tamp'a.Clt"rk Superintendent! of Schools-J. O. C. Jones-
\' residence overlooking charming lake well Madison: :Monday April. -"'m. C. Brown, Tampa Live Oak.
lJ n on the lakes about Gainesville: and with Hamilton 4thIuailay: in April.Suwanee .
; .
stocked with trout, }perch, bream and German the number and variety of snakes! lizzards : 1st Monday[ afterfth I Mondayin ,Sheriff). fees-S.1J.Isaac Craft, Tampa.Anncsiior ,"OU'I'II.CO( TY. .
of Sparkman, Tampa.
:t carp. Hero the breezes blow gently nnd alligators he will get from the Crawford April. Collector of! leveiiueV. F. nUrlfo!, Tampa. (J/wty.Tw1Je-.Jamcs/ : H. Chandler, Enter

sweet, whispering through long pino leaves : .4 Rcddick ranch on the Hit vane, ho will Columbia, 3d Monday after dull Monday[ Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson'Tampa. prise.Clerk John W. Dickins-
t > ii1 in April! !, Enterprise.:
4 that sing in delightful harmony with the make up n. fine collection for the lIIith UII. Lafayette! (Hh Tuesday after 4th Monday[ S//'riff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise.; I

.' songs 1\I\llmuiic! of the fair: within.ltuHewollll's ian museum. \h-e.\WilY-it, in April. JEFFr.It."I0S.CIIIIIIIII.,1".T. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter

l march is: onward and upward Cedar Key Juitf 9, 1881, Fall: TermTaylor B. Christie, Monticello.[ prise.
'' .. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in .Uie'ril-T. B.I t-imklui\ollticcllo.: Collector of ltI'l'Iwc-.Jolll1 Jordan, Ic-
Colonel C. B. Dibble is of taste his
< : a man ; October Cln-k-W. (e. Bird, Monticello. Land.Superintendent.
enterprise is a credit to himself and /a profit TtlK 11UHKAU OF IMMIGRATION. Madison[ : 2d Monday in October Superintendent of SdwlIl.1'r.. R. Taylor, of BI'IIIIJI.1Crnn!ihaw,

)' to Rosewood. Among other things, ho has TALLAIUHSEK: : 1"1.April 'JO 18H1. Hamilton, 4th Monday: in October. Monticello.County I t Enterprise.

5 t in cultivation ten acres in tube-roses, the To the Editor of the Mirror. Suwannee, Monday after 4thhnday[ TI'I'/mra-r. M.[ Girardeau, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY.Cmudq t l

1 bulbs of which at the time he DEAR SIR-It is: the purpose of the Bureau" in October. ticello. Judge '\'. .\. Giles, Crawfordville l
1 proper+ ships+ Collector of Hcrenue-Joseph l Palmer, Mon
of Immigration Jo issue a new pamphlet on Columbia, :M Monday after 4th Monday in ticello.Atsersor. \/u'riJ-W. H. Walker, ('rawfl>rth'ille,
to New York and other to florists.
}places October. Clt'rk-Xat R. Walker
J I the resources of Florida. The Commissioner Crawfordville.
Cupid has not been !idle here; a few evenings will make it a. full and reliable exposition Lafayette Oth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin [ keenah. of 1.I'tS-J, P. Grantham, Wau- Sitperlnteitdent of Sc/IIlJIIl-"l. T. Duval, .

\\t : since he was instrumental in tieing of the character and advantages of every October. LAFAVETTE COUNTY.: Crawfordville. I
county in the State. To the ncces- FOURTH CIRCUIT.Spring County Trm.'IlIrtr'Valker, Crawfordville.
1'1 the mystic knot that makes two }people one, procure '
fJ/IIIIlI//wIUe-\ J. Dixon New Troy. .
1 tlllr)' data for such u publication, the cooperation / Term '
Mr. -- and Mrs. Ford yielding tot of the live men of each one of the :St.: John's, :*Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas .Walker, New Troy.C7 Collector of r.eI'tll/lC-\/ 1I. Walker, Craw I
+, his persuasion! that it is: never too young, counties is desirable. "'l' appeal to you ns Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.Bradford [ *-Ilowell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.Assessor. ,
neither U it too old to love, neither is it well one of the r'prt'Helltntlmelluf 'ullr tll'CtiulI, l,1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent/ of Sehals-J.C.. Rnumsey, New nf Ta.rt's-C It. Reynolds, Craw
to interest fn this Baker :'M Tuesday in Troy. fordville.Professional, ,
I urge you to ) people April.
; to live alone
work. If you will take hold\ \ ot it, please Nassau: : 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M.[ N. Peacock, New -- ... I '
I As we burst from the tropical shrubbery, write us at once to that effect, and if nut, refer Duval, 1st Tuesday ill May Troy. and lushness Cards!
'I" t the dense hammock and tall palm trees of this letter to some active man in your Fall Tt'rm- Collector of I1'e/we-\'ewton Sapp, New ---- ---- .
1t who will and ask him to notitus St. John's 2il Tuesday in Scptcmltcr.:: Troy.Asjetsor,
the Gulf I Hammock, n. sight is spread out before county : '
of Tares-.\. S. Ackley, New Troy. ,
'I ot his willingness to start the matter going.: Clay 4th Tuesday" in September.Bradford
: us that is charming to look \upon. Here, We make the following suggestion thut 1st Tuesday: in October. LEON COUNTY. ,
there, again and again are countless {islands 'al1/\ of citizens Baker in October.Na -ENERAL CO Dl :- MERCHANT,
,t I 1 you ( meeting your nt once :Tuesday County! JllIlflCV.. Byrd, Tallahassee.Sheriff .
I scattered along the Gulf coast that are exquisite and organize u County Immiyration Society, : :M Tuesday in October. A. Moseley, Tallahassee. CENTRE ST. R. R. "-
with a president nnd secretary, and that the Ihival, 1-t Tuesday in November. ,
>> little gems set in the sea, some inhabited Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee:
name and address: of these otlicers be forwarded FIFTH CIRCUIT.priig Superintendent of Sdll) 1;\{ t whilo others are just as nature at once to the Commissioner.This Tallahassee. FLA.
made them. Choo 1 Choo I pulls: the engine, will give him reliable correspondents Termrtuater -
Trewfllrer-.J. L. Tallahassee.
in March. Demilly. ; Corn
: Hay Oats.W.
Monday .
I C. I and soon we gallop over bridge and trestle in each l'ountto whom parties making Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Jht-e>nie-(\: C. Pearce, Tallahassee. --- --.------- ---
t inquiries at this unltl'1 1hl' referred forpllrticulal'8
: I' that spring from island to-islaud, and reach Putnam, 841'fucstIayafter 4th Monday[ in K. li.ttTKiGitT
\ of the inducements
your countymay Assetnnr of Ta.r.s-O. A. Croome Tallahassee.

L ,: March
one called Cedar Key, that borders on deepwater otter to 8ctlh I'8. A i EXT,
.1 f' .r sufficient for vessels: drawing fifteen Ihc secretary of your society can be furnished March.Lc'rtth Tuesday after 4th Monday' in LEVY COUNTY.malty WHOLESALE AND RETVIL

I' t fret.t subject by of interest members, and with this: data material uinm he every can Alachua, nth Monday after 4th Monday[ in ( J mlie! -\\. I H. Sebring, Bronson; BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER) ,
t : Before debarking, we will tell you of three compile in a well written circular for distribution March Clerk-J. M.[ Barco, Bronson. ANDDealer
Fall Term- Sheriff. S. Parker, Bronson.A .
remarkable personages: we traveled with- The general i pamphlet from this in Ire.
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. .*e*. <>r ofTases-Ixuis Appell, Bronson.
H t, ono Mr. J, R. Crawford, who Jives along the otlice the several' circulars contain ,the but leading will in featuresof Marion, :Hd Monday in October. Collector (If' llerenue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar TENNESSEE BEEF A SPECIALTY

r h ( Suwanee river on his way thence, who has, instance: give name und address of county every Putnam. :3d Tuesday in November. Key. BROOM STREET Wn.\RF, .
i 4 in connection with Captain Samuel Reddick, secretaries, and refer to' them for details. Levy, 4th Tuesday November. ..Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Menden- 10-tf
Alachua after 4th inNovemmber. hall Bronson
\i a snake, lizzard, scorpion and alligator This system, if carried out, will make every ., 1st Monday Tuesday -
I I'i ranch for miles and intelligent man in the State an immigration MAl ISON COUNTY. :: ---' -
t extending many: up SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Sjtriny G. i AVKUY,
agent, besides relieving the Commissioner: )f.
l Cvunty JudVt'--H Witherspoon, )[adi-
i down the Suwanee riven They are rearing
I of the embarrassment of having to recommend } son.
1 t i} reptiles for the toological museums, public any particular section. Every: county 4th Monday in January. .\heriff-8 M. llankins Madison .

'J ,' museums in the cities, the Smithsonian museum will be largely advertised through the i en Volusia. 3d Monday in February.Brevanl. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison

It' .J J of the United States, the gardens: of of its own citizens. We hope the importance I. Ut Monday in March.Dado Suj>erintetulent of Schools-K:. S, Tyner,
'. 3d in BOARDING
< : of this suggestion will strike you. As Monday Madison LIJtYXD
: ; natural collections of England, Germany: soon as we are notified of your organization, Fall Term- trimly Trefl 'lrtT-s. S. Smith, Madison
}j '::! l and France, as: well as traveling menageriesand we will forward to your secretary u schedule Orange, !,Monday in August.Volusia. .. Collector of Revenue-M. U. Warring, Mad CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
l 2d Monday in September.Itrevanl. To and from Steamers and
: private collections. have the of the class of inquiries most commonly lion Trains
1\\ They
;. made of us. so that he may consider them 4th Monday in September.Dado Assessor of Ttures-B. D. Wailswprth, )[Ill!- CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.:
rattle the ) r
; ground rattle and the
ordinary seriatim in his circular. 2d Monday\[ in November.County {son. FOR 1,

j Y rattle grandi-FIorida, some of wonderful Thanking you in advance, we are, very M.IX.\TEE COCiTY.tnutyJadgeZ.'F. HORSES, BUGGIES-: RUE : 11/11//t//
and truly A. .\. ROBINSON: Hirers. HARNESS.
tt r \ ; I length rotuIIJit-t'ix to ten feetlong your ; ( Crawford, Manatee. l'HDXn WAGONS.
'1' ; and three to six inches in diameter Commissioner of Immigration.It. ALACIH'A COUXTY.iHjUHty Clerk lloWrt S. Griffith, Manatee. ;:er-TERMS CASII.-to. t

!(i; t -the moccasin of larger size than grown in C. Loxu, Secretary of lUireau. Judjt--Junius C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff _\. S.Watson, line Level.Atttsf ffirofHi-e and Stable-First Street near
-- vile >f of Tajcea-\. J. Tyler, Bradentown Broom Street: Wharf. Jo-tf
.j J r any other country, the copperhead spreading Private School. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff ; Collector tln'mit'--lariun n, Carlton, --- -

I' adder, the hoop snake, that'places Mrs. It. Alexander: will open| a permanent -John \\.. Turner, Gainesville. l'o!ash. FOR St!1E.
j its tail in its mouth, pursues the object of private school in the Il"th.t church on .tw&urof TuxeaIftvrgcIV.llawthurue.IIawlhmonme. SujrinteiukMt of School.Felix J. Seward, I DF:.....IRABLE HOUSE CONTAIVINO

i I food or its anger by rolling for it, and the Kith. of May, and elicits a generous line Level. Closets,
1 I when overtaken releases the tail, and throwing share of public i atromigi Terms liberal. WM'irnf Rtt't'IU-Gl'. Thonuu, Gaines MIRION COUXTY. largehlanrOnange, I Union andttBanana
f at the school between the hour ville.Sup. ( Jwlje Samuel ,
Apply room ullI9 F. Marshal, Ocala. Trees. Centrally 1')(<1&<'11. Hood; title I
I ail the force on it, and with the momentum of 8 a, m. and 1 p. m.FERNANI inquire at
given it, throws: itself with the ac1 \, May 8, 1t'i\-3m.!

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1IAIiLVO noxnr. the battle lasts until all but one' are dead, teal isfule.Tin : 1880. 1881.
and the victor! becomes the nil --- .- -- -- --
Among the best things/ kind Providence '1IH'1onf .
has given us in the Land of Flowers N theI I and is respected! accordingly.! This you !sec .: I'I 1 n.'l'OWX A "
i is as it should l be, for no two\ queens could
honey hoc. The 11l'rpetual'erll1re) and bee rule successfully over the same country. IMPROVEMENT() : ( *

food enables the Floridian to have and enjoy The queen has a sting which is never:t\,l ,

this luxury with less: trouble! and expense on royal blood, and one may handle her between 'om'I I THEFLORIDA '
the fingers and cut her wings/ : and -
than in tiny other part of our country cage her ; in fact, do what you have u mindto }

There is absolutely no reason why every and she will not sting you. I will end I'eriiuiidiiia "

family in the country should not have beehives the description of the queen) here, although To mis oil 1C. It. Dine, ,
there are many more interesting things to be
and a perpetual supply of honey, as a her And Cedar Key
said about and proceed with. a description
luxury and help to the family table, and asa of imr drone.

profitable article always of ready sale in The drones are the males and do not work

the market. Doubtless would for the support of the hive, but lead an idle -
very many life, feeding( the produce of others la
engage in bee culture if they had the information
bor. It takes three:\\' longer for them to
requisite: for the proper management hatch out than the working bees, and they Otters to Lessees and Purchasers: n large

of the busy bee. The old-fashioned hive has arc about one-third larger. They begin to number of the most: eligible and desirable
make their about the middle of Lot, suitable for llusiness! Purposes! or for
been superseded by the compact and scientific )111),01111 are appearance allowed to live usually: until,, City or Suburban Residences.UPON' !' ,

modern patent hive, where the honey the end of the summer, when the honey is

makers manufacture their products with becoming scarce, they are driven out by the KASY TEUMS.I
skill and workers to die on tIC) olllilof the hive
diligence entailing comparativelylittle I
where you will find them in. great numbers
trouble upon the house mother. every morning until they are finally all Liberal Discounts: on Values allowed to

The fieikccpcrs' Magazine, a monthly journal gone. The drone has nosting, consequently }parties engaged in manufacturing or Industrial -
enterprises!' who will erect on the ==ST'E .AlV.[ ==
published by A. J. King, 14 Park Place, cannot defend himself or the hive, take them \ substantial property
purchased : improvementsfor
for all worth and worthless
they are they area
City of New York, at one dollar per year, set good for nothing but to eat, fecundate residence, or in which to conduct their

gives full information' upon the subject in and cnjov themselves at the expense of business.: :
all its departments. others ; their )life is a short and a merry one INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS
like some individuals we have known by exemption for a term of years from .

WHAT I JCA'Oir AltOUl' ULLS. The workers, although! the smallest! of the taxation, offered by the several cities and
three classes arc the wonder anil admiration towns.!' Apply at

[Head before Adytum Lo\l April 2T, P.M.: ] of all who make\ this subject a !study. j7sr; ()lliee cor. Reach & 7th sts., Fernandina.
When consider their Godimplanted -1-1- -I-
we unvarying KJ-tf \rffiP 1/lfj
instincts: whether displayed in -
My knowledge of the honey bceshas come -- -- ------- -- --
froni the writings of Huber, ISevun, })l l'r.l.On hoarding rich l'otore'for future use, or in Tin: Fioim
their entire devotion (to the welfare\ of the
Harbison tl'uth
: Quinby, : Lang King,
)[l'lcalf'il nl'r and others, and what practice queen and her maturing progeny: we are AND IMMIGRATION ('OMPA'Y[ I
I have had during the past two years. constrained to regard' : them the most wonderful LAND
The subject of handling bees successfully\ is class\ of this: insect f.ll1Ii1Thl'' average rlurlll
of the worker is but few weeks o
one which has become of greater interest to age t a OFFERS
during the summer, and from six to nine
very many during the past: ten for this
years ti
reason, the inventive genius of this country I months during the cooler part of the year. (iOO.OOO'I'4! iuiC'I
has produced a hive accompanied, with other: As regards: !their sex they are d I"l'tLIm.::: .. 0
inventions pertaining to the same !subject, ucveiopcu[ lemaies: : incapable lertiii/ation Of the most
which renders it us :, to handle the little by the drone. Upon the worker devolyestlie
r easy i labor of collecting and defending the stores, ACCESSI11LE ANI DESIIIARLE: "f
handle ;
it would be
pets: as to so many: Hies,
and one has no more to fear from their building the comb, feeding and protecting LANHH 1Till..; '
dread! sting than from the horns of a favoritecow the queen, and brood and expelling the
or the heels of your faithful horc.Now : drones when they are no longer necessary! 1
to me beekeeping is a source of to the well h'ing'of the colony. In short, ST.IT1:01']: FLOU1DA,
well both thcrille and regulate the whole economy I
pleasure as as profit pecuniaryand of the ; At only $l.21 acre to new settlers with
mental, for the !study is: l'llIlIes'hat: hive, performing all its offices! execp'tthose : per : ,
which have direct reference' to the reproduction the of selection in of 40
we all\ want is some hobby to ride, and 1 <:anas"ure privilege parcels: :
,, : you that you wit'lfilltl this a wry of the species ; the labors of the acres or more. These ]lands are located on -
workers are divided up, some bring honey, ry 4f+
You it is
pleasant one. may say : only intended and adjacent to the line of the
j for the farmer or the country gentleman some pollen, some water, others, principally
the young bees, act as nurses: resting
but 1 upon
can prove to you that the city
the brood I to keep it warm until it hatches,
and handle
gentleman can keep them even
building comb unloading the bees that come ,
=k. better than the farmer. The production of .
honey may not be quite so great us it would laden with pollen ; w'hilestillothers aresin- TRANSIT CO.'H R. IL,
stationed at the entrance of the hive to act
be it' our bees had the open t fields: of the
s country to roam over, in place of the dooryards as guards and ventilators ; their keenness as

parks and vacant lots of the city, but guards i is something wonderful, for it is impossible extending from FKRNANDINA] on the Atlantic -'BOOK
for bee AND: ==
from another hive
a to
t, s it is sufficient to render a handsome profit pass
to CKDAIl: KKY] on the Culf coast
M for instance, I have one hive that gave me in without detection, and when detected it is ,
40 pounds of pure white clover comb honey, sure death, for two or three of the guards thus affording to the producer cheap, constant .

;t besides a nucleus swarm, and only just look pounce upon him at once and give no quarter and rapid) transportation to the best
; there is:! no white feather with them.They !
at the it is to into
pleasure go your apiary, I markets.
g, take from a hive a twu-pound box of sweet are also good judges of colors' : as each i
clover honey, bring it to the house, turn it hive entrance must. be marked with a different The belt of country traversed: the Transit ,

into a plate, and with good sweet butter and color. Much[ more could be said about R. R. embracesEVKRY
this little working \bee, but let thissuflice for
warm biscuit:! what more does one want, and
a, this without cost, for it costs you nothing to the present-IJee-kerper'slfuypttrue."

keep bees, they feed themselves you to, VARIETY: OF SOIL
and have a surplus for winter. Right hero UI.L IXIJ HICK. ... JOB PRINTING HOUSE
1 will give you a history of my start in this Having thoroughly broken the soil to as ,

c business. I had a friend livingon Lafayette great a depth as practicable, thl'OwII' small to bo found in the :Slate, u large )proportion I

avenue, who had six hives of bees, rlucl his.. beds, as for cotton, with a one-horse plow, being )peculiarly adapted to the culture ofSKMITKOHCAI II
conversation was so interesting! to me, tellingme and about three feet apart. Opening a shallow IJ
what they could do in the way of gathering furrow in these: beds:!, with either a buli- : Funrs ami l Early Vegetables: I

honey, I resolved to try it for myself. tongue or with the plow (minus:! the mould- and The huge, Uoinjinit JloJles f Timber

I bought one hive from ]him giving him $8, board), the seeds are dropped (about as many make these lands:! worthy of CAKKFUL Ii.Y.tj11.v1TIOYbymunufitchtrersof J
and got them home two years ago last February as can bo picked up between the thumb amid 1 A .
' built me an apiary,, and was: ready for forefinger) in bunches, !say twelve inches Lt'MiiKH I!
f a |start in the spring Bought King's textbook apart, and covered as corn is CO\'l'I'cll-with AND NWAI STOKES.NEW. .. I
on the bee, read it through three times a plow, harrow.or hoe. When up about six Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, J

and got the theory well planted in my head, inches, run round it us in corn with a small '.
and then followed the most dreaded part 1'10wingcoultl'r, or other suitable implement : SETTLERSPurchasing ; I

the actual handling of these! dreaded bees. I and then chop up the grass:! betweenthe :. .' -
have never been in battle but it seems to me ,, bunches with the ho('. If the crop has ,1 .' II
the soldier could not have dreaded the expected become very grassy it may be necessary: to land from this. : company) are furnished >,., I
bullet more than I dreaded the expected chop up grass! aim rice alike ; but !scarcely :! with entire free jmmiayeun the Transit : \' .: I
", : T f
sting, but I followed instructions and anything is lost by this, as in a few days the Railroad for family and personal effects ; 4r 'r... .- .
escaped the sting. From that hive I have rice will be up again as hi>!h as at first:while y t' i
to the
station nearest the land
built others in \'Cal'iworth purchased.
"I' seven $12
the grass will be dead. It usually: receives
each, say nothing of the honey produced. two workings-with a plow and hue TITLE: COMPLETE' :, being derived by FERNANDINA- FJ
Last September I sold my first hive fur $l:_, each tilll('. grant from the United States and )purchase OllID1i

i so you will see my capital is increasing faster As in everything else, the richer the soil from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. i
l than it would be in most: any other kind the better the crop. In Florida it yields ,
' ; of business, and the amount of pleasure I well on common pine land Moist land is
; i
: : SOLICITED.Descriptive [ [:
I have taken during this time 1 could not .
es better than thirsty land but it is raised on ,
timate. I will now come to the nature and every variety of soil.\ In Florida some plant' ,
Mips ami (racrLAlt9mailedIll .
habit of the bee and how thare
in March and on to June, the bulk being
1. A bee when filled with honey never planted in the latter month. It i is harvested application.) \ ,--, ----- ,. -. \

volunteers an attack, but acts solely on the whenever ripe-the first I'llIntl',1lslIall)' in CIIAS. W. LEWIS, ,. .

defensive. July, the I last in October. Land Commissioner: .J' .' ;" r" "
2. When about to open your hive to ex. The yield varies in other 1::. x ,
]per acre as: crops, Office cor. Reach and Seventh Sts. ,' .. -Ii: ; ..
amine them you must cause: them to till according to land and cultivation. Our informant ltf { .: ,

themselves with honey ; this is done by inserting had seen laud from which twenty --___ n_ __ __ 1
the nose of your bellows into the bushels: per acre had been harvested, that
ventilating hole, and filling the hive with Money Sated 1* Money Made Having added KW TVI'U: AJVI
would not bring five bushels of corn ; and XKM": PRESSES: to our otlice, and having
smoke, this causes:! : them to till themselveswith good pine land yielding twenty-live to sixty ] ] YOUR ENGINES: FROM: ,

honey, wait about two minutes to give per acre, unmanurcd, while on new land, PURCHASE: $100 on u 10 Horse ; $:_lJI( SKILLED] ) WORKMEN who know how to the same, we ore now
them time to fill, then } '( to open. In well manured, ho hud known ninety bushels on n 20 Horse: und $:::00 on U :30 HorsePower ] usp..
place of flying at you they will stick to the per acre to \be made. I-lIg: lH'. Send for our prices before purchasing prepared to do und kind f of
comb. any every printing
The best of this rice weighs fortyfivepounds Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and
There are three kinds of bees within the per bushel in the rough state, and Grist Mills, Threshers) : or any kind of Machinery.
same hive, the queen, the drones ami the work sells readily at $1 per bushel: When cleaned, We arc Manufacturers' Agents,
en. The principal one is the queen, or us when generally used on the farm, it weighs and guarantee satisfaction in quality\ awl
mother bee as she is called, for the reasonthat : sixty-four poun.N per bushel ; and if fin.ished price. WALKER: cot< )LOUD,
she is the mother of all, and without ,
for commerce at a loss and cost of one- No. 135
t; her the hive noon dies out. As the ]length of eighth) leaves fifty-six pounds, worth at Charleston Meeting street, West fide, near
Hotel, Charleston, H, ('.
life of the workers the
during summer wholesale about MX cents: per i"uiiid 1, equal April H 1881-3IH.!
) ,
months is only five weeks, they work themselves to $::1.31j< per bushel ; at retail, ten cents per
: to death in that time. Her capacity pound, or So.W& per bushel. -- -- -- --

ot laying is from fifteen hundred to three A gentleman -whose opinions, formed as FOIC NAM FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK, TO A VISITING CARD
thousand eggs each twenty-four hours! thoeeggs they are front practical exi>crieneo in growing 4 DWELLING HOUSE CONTAINING I ,
hatch out in twenty-four hours and become this variety of rice not in Japan, but 2nine rooms, well ilniihwlantl furnished, .
worms, in which condition they are right here in our own country-should carry with lot of land 200x2. feet, never-failing
fl'llJv the working be... with i pollen or the great weight, gives the following reasons well of water,tank capacity sixty t barrols.good .
dust of the flowers, which is gathered and why upland rice should be generally cultivated barn and out buildings, number of orange ,! ; -' -,;' : : ,
brought in upon the hind legs of the bees in ': and fig trees, twenty.th'e'arl ti'H of roses! ;
little pclletts. This condition continues up' 1. It yields more food in lroportiun to the other flowers and shrubs too numerous: tomention. .
to the sixth day, at which time the worm is acre than any other grain. For further particular, apply/ to
of sufficient size to till the cell.it j is then 2. It requires but little labor in cultivation. MRS. E.: MURCH I, J
atplsvl over air tight it remains in this> condition On the premises! at Old Torn
fifteen/ days more and then gnaws itt 3. It can easily\ and quickly be preparedfor Fernandina, Fla., February 20 J, 1881-:3m. AM Neatly and UM'" Cheap usr'" any Office in 1'Ioridu. '

way out a perfect bee or worker bee. It is a home use either as a vegetable (of which, .
remarkable fact notwithstanding the queen when properly prepared, it $h one of the Notice or "luIIIj.oor. tJ

is double the size of the working bee it takes best) or at bread, after the manner of only fourteen days to batch her out. The bread.

reason of this, I could explain, but will not ... The ]large quantity of straw it yields l isvery > "VTOTICE: _i is hereby given that May the 2, follow 1HI. .
On the fifth day after the is desirable for htocfc ..h r
queen : .Ll lug named settler has filed] notice of her .
hatched out, if the weather is pleasant, between 5. If planted early and cut for fodder in intention to make final proof in support| of -- - .. FUon't
the I oun. of lila, nt. amt 4 p. III., toIle July it will Mill tiller out, if worked, and her claim, and secure final entry thereof ut ., ,' :;
takes what is called her bridal trip, us she yield a good crop of rice at the] usual harvest the expiration of thirty days from the datu 4 '
goes out to meet the drones I .
or male bee and time. of tads lIotice.'jz LOUISA .
: : : HRADDOCK.] :
fertilized in the air the evidence of ':
Homestead <
-- No. I5I7; before Clerk Circuit
which is seen about her as fche return! This ,
Court, at Ffrnandinu, ..101., on Friday\ June
bridal is, her
trip first and ]last
going out, for i 10th
fir the west half of northwest
when he is I
"* once fertilized It lasts during her "
life, which K front three to four quarter ection :21, township 3 north jz-ir- send orders for PRINTING
years. TheofH. I US :I and the your UINDING and RULING to ottim out.
range eot
names! following
M ; us
rution kill, the drone, the part are torn OR ORDCR rR j, I 'her witiifKsvs viz
from him when they fly apart. The third day I James : II tie i the Htat*. Ojder for either will ruwive prompt attention from Address
mother bee I McKwidrie, U-nuu-J )ld "llIlri('. of us.! '-
commences her life work of lay.
Cal1atuua'Ja.., und liriijaiidu C. Parker(
ing No hive e
eggs. can contain but
if one King1 Ferry und T. W. llljjglnbothunt, of PLOUI'D.1IIUCOU.
by chance
queen ; two or more are j' ]Briton, Fla.] ,?""T.- .
hatched uut they engage; In royal battle, and DAVID LA5DBETH 5053, Philadelphia, P* :li5t L. A- UItXIItl"gbter.: ; I I octii! r'" j FXIYAxullrA, FtA.


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\ THE FLORIDA MIRROR Cargo of Steamship Western' Texas, A Swindler. ray 13'-S. P. -]Florida, Usina, Savannah.: I ...(".t('<(
\ ,.. ._ __ : For New York, June 10th, 4 a. m. : 1.321 We ]learn that person calling himself a 10-S. 1"". City Point, Creaser, A set of books to journalize and post! at ;
==:=-oc. ==- =-= : == : -;- ---::::: doctor ChUIC..1
4' I logs roilar ; 88 boxes cedar ; 409! barrels rosIn has been practicing upon the credulity ton night. Best of Reference.

t lAn A YKAJl; $Ion FOll SIX MONTHS.J j 122 barrels spirits' ; 180( packages merchandise of our colored people) during the past "_S. S. Western Texas, thanes, New. Address! J. C., this! orti e. 2t.

__. York. ---
u 1 horse (V.i barrels vegetables ; week. He represented }himself distinguished "_ to Tax'l'aycrs.
t ; ; I tu a S. 1'. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald, Notice
:,.. I f ( (' Reflection 4,111 crates vegetables medical I man, who had hcen sent Savannah.i. I am now ready to receive tax returns for r

:;\ ---- -----.- out by the government to look after and : rout.1T. the present! year. Blank returns will be furnished -

b'i.' ; The advantages. of our f on coastnrcju.it beginning I'.plscopal: Visitation give medical attendance to the colored S. Revenue Cutter Boutwell. l at my office over (I. Stark's store, cor-

;/;: I to 1)0 npprcc l1t<<'e1. Right Rev. J. 1-'. Young, Bishop of the : that ho was to receive one dollar people for IT. S. (Coast Survey :Stcamc rBlakc) ner of Centre and :Second: WM.!streets.! II GABIAND.

(,., I The revenue\ cutter IlouttrcH Captain Randolph Diocese I of Florida, visited St. Pctt'r'1I1'l1fi h, each adult. and l fifty cents for each child, to tons linos. Bark Morgen Loll, Cmndcrson, 408 FKKXAXDISA, March 10, 1881-tf

] ( visited our port on Thursday Fernandina, on Sunday, the 20th! inst., and
,f } i be paid in advance, and
I was to give them Br. Bark Guiding Star, Wooden, 3W; tOil!'. ---------------
.,{y./ ,,' Thirty villages are reported to have been held a confirmation. The bishop deliveredan I nll'.1icnlatcnctalwe. / u year. He also informed Ainr. Bark .1. A Brown (iregory, 4(11 tons. Notice lo City T.u-I.n'"t'rs.:

.,' .\' t destroyed by nn earthquake; in Asiatic Tur admirable .discourse in the morning. Wo them that he was obliged to collect Sch. John Douglass) : IHJ!) tons AM now ready to receive the taxes on

fI:, > '; key. arc glad to see that the bishop, whosehealth all their names and Sch. W. R. Drurv. Bond. 314 tons.: I real and personal property assessed for'tho.
: money twelve Sch. C. W. May.'Davis( ) :271 tons!'! lS8U for the Citof Fernandina. ,
;:;: .j The Ci'fy of Unlltis carried on her last trip ]lens been for the last; two years seriously! impaired o'clock under Sch. year
i a heavy }penalty 'Squire:;' James Iewis. 31'J ton l- to New York 3,000 crates! vegetables!! on is now in greatly improved I health.I Kllerman: on\ learning of his operations' /Sch. .\. I). Davis.Sch. ) unpaid on June 1 1st. 1881 1. will be advertised

f< "I' deck The bishop, we learn, warmly approved' the endeavored, : to interview him but the birdhind Elias Moore, Lewis! ::3j,:! tons and! !sold. Those who have )paid for 1880-4

t. The steamer Floruit took on board over plans of the new church designed by Mr. Mown it said Sch Quaker (City, McNilty, 510 tons. will please: present their receipts. .
is in the direction! of Seh. 1 R. M. WaIf'all:4.! 500! tons. W. F. :SCOTT: ,
.dlll".r.... .. ,.
-;.. \ 3,000 crates: vegetables on Tuesday last for -_. --- Brunswick. We (learn that victimized 1Inrgl' \ Total Steamers! ,....... 2 :5-4t<; Tax Collector Nassau! County.to ,
Savannab. Total Uk and :3 .
!! Brigs f-
number of the colored --- ------ ---
Death rather Aubrcll. people' who
\ of Total Schooners...... 8 Yacht Let.---
toner'' We regret to learn, by the St. Augustine have not yet learned, after so many: frauds : safe and commodious Yacht NICY,

,: i:. : light were popular Weekly, of the death of the Rev. Kdmond: and deceptions, to distrust these bold, audacious Total 13: r.I'JII'. n 0.0. )Darlinc.: can be chartered

I past! week Aubreil New York on the 28th ult. swindlers who claim always to he government List Letters tier .leisure parties nt reasonable; rates. Oyster -
: i The City uf Cnlumlw took on 12,000 packages agent" of lake at King's ]flay a l11'I'inl.I
t. I I I 'I of vegetables on Wednesday for Now Father Aubreil was for many years at St. .- '-- Remaining in the Post-Ofllccat Fernandi I.'or particulars: apply to laJor Sourer,

'. r ;1 York from Savannah Augustine, and was! well known throughout tit Important Event. na, Nassau county, Fla., June D, IH81. Persons 1lII..ion: ((miss: or .1. TIIIIIJII'oOIl, :Spcnccr .

"i t ( J? The vegetable movement has been very East Florida. There was no point so distant The Florida season for pleasure travel is calling for these letters must: say advertised IIIJII I', :St.:; Mary's CAIT.,O.or G address. DARLING, "

: or difficult of access but what the good over, but there is good deal going on down :
J! heavy the past week over 20,000 crates having there still that is of IS-l.'U: St. Mary's Ga.
I"e, : ; passed! over the Transit Road.A Father would reach ta visit the scattered and those interest: to everybody Buojt, J. Marshall, Marlie, --
::1 .i especially' who ]have made the
J members of his flock. Faithful to his dutiesas ltlo.lgettThos. yt I.? Murphy, J. R., --iRE'SCOT'l\: '
In tour recently will want to know i
t I.j 1 terrible fire Quebec on Thursday consumed what important Baker, Joseph! Miller, Mrs A., .
a priest he was always gentle, liberal and things have occurred
I .i1 fifteen hundred buildings, and caused !since thev left. Cann' \V A.,' Miller. J. A..
i !" : u loss of two millions of dollars. refined in ]his intercourse, and valued as u of One the very Peninsular Important Railroad: event is the completion: \ Cannon, Geo. '\"., ]Robinson.! Lucindia! ",

f': t /, t'I I Cleared by Mr. W. Lawtey, German bark friend by all who knew him, and his death t the Fernandina it Gulf:Road from, to Waldo Ocala' on in Evans Doolon) Mary, Smith William II. Style Fit,
: will be Julius! Spencer' Margaret,
f;, : ) ; Suppicich, Captain Meyers, for Toulon, greatly regretted.Vassenger Marion county traillc; an event making as radical! lulvardcRev., Jalllesl'holllpOIl! Rev '1'., i:$ i :
-------- change in and of
'r; :' : j : Franco with SOO.OOO(( feet pitch pine lumber proportionately' to the sections more affected importance, Elbort, Emma. Wilson, Isabella, Comfort, ,;
List than
Y ,
I Floyd, Jack Wrontree
I: She sailed May 28. the Suez canal
: other
f I'er steamship Western Terai, from Fernan or any enterprise that Jones, Sebram: WiNon, Isabella! Ai> ,
:;,- i ;, 'j,, We learn that General Davis has sold we now call to mind. It is not simply Jones Sarah Williams. harrier
dina to New York : ,
; '1 Dungciiessj! to parties! from tile North, who reaching an interior town, but it there taps; Jenkins, Frank, Warren Edward: Durability. t.
Mrs. O\). Bagley, W. II. Peck, W. T. the traffic of the most productive county in
1 will erect a large hotel on the )property and Banks E. L. Stricken wife and child B. W. the State, and diverts it absolutely from a Martin( NAM'L'r., Abugail RIPI, P. M I.

: otherwise! improve it. Williams! Mrs. J. n. Palmer child and maid. long roundabout river navigation to a crosscut KM.
,,:,' 'f We were blessed with n fine rain on Wednesday :Major C.' F. Green wife, four children and by rail to seaport ; shortening the dis- --For Sale.A -.-

f j f and Thursday. We trust it has been nurse, U llabirt, 0 A. Harris, W. II. Presby, tance greatly und the time to five days to Family Carriage, in perfect running or-
Jonas Cooper and two steerage. Xl'York, where the bulk of the
productsof !
f der. Seats four. has been but little used.]
f vegetable From Jacksonville to New York : the country go, instead of from ten to Apply to W. B. C. DI-KYKE.
\ ; twenty days by team and water, with three
:Mrs C. E. Miss( E.
English English John transfers -------
Samuel Dibble was elected on the Oth, C. Richards, John White, Mrs N. :Miller, The en route. 1'lano Instruction

: t member of Congress in the Charleston District Mrs Pond and four children, P. Hagarty are in great Marion orange county groves, and on this Orange road.l Lake runs Miss[ Baltzcll will give instruction: on Piano Iliiviug: largely: {IIHTCIIMCM lilY

South Carolina, to fill the vacancy oc E. W. } If.r W. N. W. M. stock of Fool-war in both fine
Murphy C
f easionedby the death of Mr. O'Connor. Campbell. Loren, arm of the ]lake and of course the entire --- -------
L. Stephens and son, I). ,v. Brownlow. When the Fields arc While with
Notice I is! given in this issue of the Incorporation product will go by this new route. Next Cotton ? aiml medium :gnules. I am enabled -
winter it will take a train of
of the Beach Hotel I and Road.I Com En Ifaches.Wo day f for the to cars ev-- No can't to place before m,' customer -
"I rig cry season! carry the crops. .\ money now ; buy ,pianos or organs
I. pany. The corporators are among our take pleasure in acknowledging the great deal of long staple or 1"'a-i island cotton till cotton comes in." Yes 'oncan a very large; assortment of"
is raised in lfarinn,11nd instoadof the Rake $10 cash on an or $2.i! cash mina
I most enterprising, liberal and substantial( planters up organ :
I citizens. receipt, on the 7th inst., of a small box of ginning and )pressing it themselves as w,11ud we will sell you during Juno, loots and Shoes made by the

-' I very line Peen-lo )peaches! from Messrs.! Lip formerly, it is now mostly taken to Ocala July. August and September\ at rock 'bottom most competent and "N, lied 1
\ i I TheWestern Tern, it will be seen 1 by ]her sey it Christie, of the Archer Nurseries at, in the seel]," as it is called, and] sold to the cah! rates, and wait three months for the I

J .J ;;,,;: 1 passenger I list, carried/ out a full complement Archer, Florida. The Pecn-to i is u very early merchants, who gin press! and I ship' it tomarket. balance, without one cent of interest. Cash work me u. These Goods", were I IpnrrluiScd

';j,1/1; of and n ]heavy freight, consisting! c\I'nlnlfr'flllllts there do u business rates. Three months': credit. No interest.1)on't for (/ASH and e
i )passengers and arc
a very (delicious peach They ]have nl"o, of from .' ,
: k! $10,000) to$(litus i>,( ) a year each: in forget it. Grand summer clearing-
e in }part 01'o'r 1,000 crates of vegetables! wo observe, the Honey peach) which is also this! staple The Willimautic Thread Company. out sale of new and second-hand] instruments only exchanged for the "same,

i I.: She loft June 10th at -I f a. in. an Eastern: variety Thesepeaches. ) have of this city, receive a large amount of -500()( pianos, 500 organs All styles.: t'ommtHIIfThis
t ; Russian bark ''!lko. Captain Hedeii, was! been tested in Florida their cotton from this: point' All this freight All grades. All prices. Mu-t he dos(',fOIlt. be deemed -
i 't' i"F Sufficiently : to establish
+ i cleared:! by Mr.11', t-nwtey for Dover, Kng., until now has :gone by team to:Silver: :Spring: Special terms to installment buyers. Cash! a pleasure after seeing: examining -
I f their value and reputation a.s being six miles, and trom there down the famous: prices advanced; only ten per 1''lit. Fifteelltla1O'
m I : with (the /following cargo : 131,000' feet lumber early and choice varieties. We hope Messrs.( Ockhiwaha by c steamer to I'alatka where it test trial. Guaranteed: instruments: : and learning at what

1,. f f, 2G bags cotton seed, 121:! i barrels rosin, Lipscy it Christie: disseminate their fine was shipped' on the :steamer" Savannah:: (( from; !six best makers. Catalogues and 1 full extremely low prices these
1 1. :'JO: bales of cotton. She sailed Juno 7, or (Charleston r!>t the St. Johns river, und information mailed free of char e. Avoid
di j I fruits widely. Being on the line of the Florida again; transferred to the steamers to New being Imposed\ upon by Beatty or any other (oods are offered.riJ'.Hy .
f'; The British bark Imoijenr, Captain Bohlcn. \ Transit Railroad. they can rl'adilrupplr York. Now it will fin by rail direct! to Per- man ordering at once from the great

sailed from this port April 10, 1851. Nothing all demands )promptly. We know of one nandina, where is the best harbor on the wholesale piano and organ depot of the : stock' of I' bus been heard from her up to date Serious Southern; coast, and by one transfer put on South, I.udden it Bates' Southern\ Music
\ ;
in Florida < Is
enterprising newcomer Mr. Fur- OOIKS worthy
l steamer direct to New York. Of course ]Houso, Savannah, Ga.
.i apprehensions! are entertained both here and man, of Fairbanks: who has already put the return goods will go by the same route. .. the attention of those desiring

: ; In England: for her safety. She was cleared out over one thousand trees of the IVcn-to Thus, ;at the tick of n clock, this great t tratlic, Xt'U' .\th.t'rUst'l..t..s. '
1 Mr. W. Lawte '. which has furni-hed -- ----- .-- fine by practically the ---
t : ) and Honey peaches, and will, next : entire
)i.1 The roast! survey steamer Male( ran on t the freight of six or eight ()('klllwnflI: I boats, i is XO'I'I'I OF IXCOICIMHMTIOX.:
; : make a profitable showing of his vVnturo. diverted! to another route This pert of"Otiiellos .:f.fj" Orders left to my selection
;. St. Johns bar, we learn, on Wednesday, owing .
-- '
t l' occupation's gone, though. of ALL MEN BY THESE: PRES will receive careful and
: ::! to a defective chart. She was moving / Fire. coin,:c, the p passenger: travel, in OJ1l'tlirction .KNOW:-:. That we, C. W. Yuloeo, J. H.McGinnis prompt

f f ; I very slowly and cautiously at tne time, and ()In Wednesday: night, about half I'H..tJ!) at least! t, willcomtinuefor thesakeof the scenery William Rawson, \\'. B. L'. ]Duryeo ) attention.
I 1 got off the next tide without assistance! and on this remarkable stream but there is Thomas Kydd, Calvin B. Dibble, Henry
o'clock the alarm of fire '
1 I was given, and the no doubt that before long tourists will either E.I: Dotterer) and G. Stark: all of the State of J H. PRESCOTT,
: came into our port. large: house known the discovered or return by rail to from
41) ; as Priory was : go or Silver Florida, under and in accordance with the
{ J Jacksonville seems to be I in danger of Spring, making the river trip only in of of the 4-3m
\, ; in n blaze The fire (had made too onl'dlrl.tion. provisions mi act State of Florida, Fcriiaiidhta. flu.
II i. being flank(,) by a railroad from 1'alatkn much before the alarm The road will be pushed forward] l'ntilll..1n act to Provide for the Creation
t- St. Augustine notice of which in progress was given to to Lcesburg, in Sumter county, which is but of Corporations and to Prescribe their (Jeneral Groceries and I'ro\'Isions.
I appears enable any successful effort to be made to n short distance further 11\' rail.:21! miles: Powers and Liabilities," approved- _
:1. r our "Railroad Notes." The St. Augustine arrest it. In fact we do not know t that our we think-cutting oil a still l more tortuous gu.t Nh, 1S 418; and an act of the Legislatureof ,\XJ:I. tttc

Wetlly! suggests, In view of the dangers and city )possesses: any appliances for extinguish and ditlicult! navigation, and when that !said :State: l'ntitl'il11 act to Repeal\ an I'Rll\D,

j l'\' difllcultics! of the river navigation, ]lumber, ing fires beyond the ordinary buckets. The hake is reached it taps the whole] upper\ net entitled llIn act to Provide for the Creation CONFECTIONERS;
\ region with its vast new orange groves! of Corporations and to Prescribe their BAKmt"XD ,
i etc., from Palatkacould beshlppedout nVi fire began in Hie kitchen, arising, it is said, and will then take considerably more than General Powers and Liabilities and to Recreate -

Augustine.!! from ft defective: flue. half of the orange crop of Fluritl; t. All this and Amend the Sections Repealed bysaid CHOICE
-- ------ ..-- must marked difference with Palat- "
I The house was erected by General Fine act approved March 11th, 1871), do (Groceries, Cigars und .
ka which
to ,
j It; 1learyl'retght.The I the forwarding and rcshippiiig hereby associate ourselves together a corporate -
:.; steamer 'Iordll took on board on the Ban before the war as a private residence. It of the goods was an Iml'ortllnt'tor; of its ) body under the name and !style of TOYS AND
was ]located on a commanding site, and was business! and the source of l'oni\!\ 1lcrabletm.I..II'1 THE BEACH HOTEL: AND ROAD'COM- FANCY ARTICLES.Wcddingn : : .
;,: MIi over 1,000: crates vegetables(' and 1,500 well as to Jacksonville, the trade of PA NY. The business
j" a ]landmark in Fernandina for its size und principal piaceof : of
:> crates were transferred at Callahan to theWaycroHs which was very largo to this section. The said Company. shall be in the City of Fer11andina Entertainments and l' l'nics'rurnishellut ,

t. road the samp dtyj elevation.\ It was purchased by Bishop latter. city, however_,. ]has ft vast! up-river in the State of Florida.II. the shortest notice, at rock-bot
Young after the war and considerable additions region, rapmiy increasing. in importance.. That the business of said Company tom prices, atANGEL'S

-!{ Amelia Inland Light.WAsluxiiTox made to it, and] occupied as: a ladies' that must always be tributary to it, und] shall bo to build and manage a hotel and BAKERY:

t :,t June 7.-Notice I is given by school of deservedly high standing. After affect which detrimentally this road or, In.h any other\' which will never ncoe-sjirv accommodation! on Amelia Beach 23 Opp. old Centre 1'. 0. nuildill Street, .
a prosperous and to obtain the-right of maintaining und .
I 1 the light-Imou'e board that on and after July several years' occupation as school, the \ future i is assured.: ] The construction collecting toll on road connecting the beach ---- ----- y

It 1st the main light on Amelia Inland, Florida Bishop removed to Jacksonville, and opened of the road will give Fernandina an immen.- with the City Fernandina.: .

i ? will bo reestablished in the old tower, the school there. At the time of the fire, back country ami consequent! trade-/fart- III. That the capital stock of the Company

from which it was removed for repairs. The the house was occupied by Mr. An ley. The ford (iorbe. 'into !shall: he ten t lOJsIIIHIllullar.l. divided ..
shares of one hundred dollars each,
character of the light will bo as formerly, a building was! of wood three stories in height, JUIUXl? with privilege of !stockholders to subscribein

j.1 Hashing white, with intervals of ninety seconds with broad piazzas to each story in front, ((1)) one-eighth, 'U) one-fourth and (]U) one-
between the flashes. and was surrounded by fine shrubbery and 1or Fernandina half p"harcs-tl'n |I'r ('(,lItUIl1 of nil subscrip
f ions of stock to bo when
HIGH WATER.Saturday jwiid !such subscrip-
-- fruit trees. It is !said! to have ]boon insuredfor \
June 11...... tI:5: !) A. :M. '7:31 i>. M. Lions are made, the remainder as may This space\ reserved fur
Snake Stories. moderate *
amount. bunt- 12...... i'H" be ordered by the Board of Directors) of said;
ty, : 8:2i": .\. B. NOYEX, GROCER: AM :SHIP: CIUSDI.ER.who
h f e w Our correspondent! from Cedar Key unfolds Monday, 13..... 84S: ::18Tuesday Company.\ ,
E quite a tale of snakes. We hope our Entomology.To 14...... 0:11: 10.05Wednesday : -' 1\'. That the corporation hereby created I is too busy: to write an advertisement.!
., shall' date its! l'orpurat existence from the
readers will not infer that snakes are plenty the RlUor of the Mirror: 15..10:31: 10:51:: |
Thursday, H5).11:19: 11:40 day of tiling of t these: articles! of incorporation 1
I r ; 1 In that region, ; on the contrary, it seems to Our citizens, without regard to political Friday I 1' 0:13:: a. required by the acts as aforesaid, .

I be necessary to cultivate them on snake bias, will join with me in commending the and shall continue for the ..torn"of ninety-

4 farms. There in an ostrich .farm in Texas, action of the authorities in the matter of the ARRIVED. nine That years.
V. the business of the
June 4 S. 'Florida lilnl1 Company shall
why not a snake farm in Florida? tax ] 'vICtlon Savannah
special hunters.
( bug This 7-S. H. Western, Texas Hines, New be conducted by a Board of five ((5)) Direct
science[ is destined to exert an immense Influence York.& ors, to be elected bv the stockholders on the

Vegetable Quotations. on the future of mankind, and why 8-- p. City Point, Creaser, Charles first Monday of March in each and every
year excepting that the first election shall --
"I ITclegraplmicquotationsfroniJ,11.Ilalmrcn- may not its research tend to the discovery of ton. be II. :
held at such time as undersigned cor IHOTTKKKK: .
0-S.1'. Florida, Usina ,
( burg it; Bro., of New York, today, as to the "missing ]link ?" ,
"-U. 8. Revenue Cutter' Boutwell<< porators, or a majority of them, shall determine -
c 1 Florida vegetables are as follows : Market We cordially wish every success to the Randolph. Savannah. uwjn.| Said Board of Directors shall
)p dull Cucumbers $1 $I.iO It "_ elect a President and Secretary, and such THERNANDINA] FLORIDA
>i ; to per crate; tomatoes gentleman In our midst who pursues it with 17. S. Survey Steamer Blake, Bartlett. -
PHI' Y ( $1.50 to $211Cr crate. Union. St. Johns river. other subordinate officers as the business of
unselfish devotion and determination.
spirited : the Company may require.! EALEK
10-S. P. City of ltriI"Cton, Fitzgerald, J.V:
The following are the quotations received We learn that he has: already Savannah. TI. That the highest amount of indebt-

fi 1: by special dispatches to the Union from Baltimore achieved merited notice from the SmithsonIan DEI'\RTF.D. ness or liability to which said corporation. Fine Family <* r o c e r I e NPROVISIONS.
can at any time subject itself shall be .
i twent
Boston and
) Chicago, Thursday : Institue for valuable and ruremfimens.: June 4-Svh. C. W. May, Davis, Philadel-] five hundred\ ($:!.500) dollars .
+ H Baltimore, reported by Wm. II. Thoml1s"ucumbel'tl : While we! commend the zeal and activityof phia5d VII. That the said Company shall be 'so '.4; ,

}' h: << 50 cents ; tomatoes, $2 to $3 per our comity authorities tu their efforts to "_ h. E.: II. Potter, Shurer. New vested with all rights and privileges which .

crate; |K tatoes, f3 to $5 per barrel out the law against itinerant York. the acts heretofore referred to can convey
carry ; buggers, "
tt' -Scli. Anita, Small, St. Pierre, MarUnique. VIII. In witness whereof we. the parties
Boston, reported by J. S. Chamberlain A we do but the more endorse the wise\ and aforesaid have hereunto bet our hands and -

t Co.: Tomatoes extra, $3.50-fine to good, $2 equitable] decision from the capital so ably "-5eh.1.. .i".1VarrenJohnsonTrpni- !seals] the l"thla)' of May, A, D. .181.I Customers. can

t to $3 per crate; cucumbc.'nt.gOOlI and choice, drawing the 1l' distinctions between scientific dad. WICKLIFFE" ..YULEE rely upon getting CHOICE
{ "' -Sc.'h. W. K:, i.ee, Weeks, Philadel. J. JI. McGINNIS
lit t 'l $2 to $2.50 per crate. \ entomologists! and personal bug |phia. W. K. u.\Wt'OS., 4 GOODS, asNOTHING

.Y Chicago, reported by C. II. Weaver A Co.:: gerL" The legal status }four scientist being "-S. p. "'lorl<1I. IMna, Savannah. W. II. C. DURYEE.: ,

Potatoes $8 per crate ; tomatoes, $.S per now fixed and all obstacles removed, we "-Hark l'.ko (Ruvs.), Heden hover, T. "KYDD.O. : ( BUT THE
of home-grown cucumbers in England.: B. ])JBHU:. FINEST BRANDSare
Plenty shall
crate hope to meet him, as of yore, on his I
I -S-h. )". U. Oongdon, Dix, New II. E. DOTTKRER: ,
i ; market, early morning rambles. M? Ig. .. York. ::1 u.! STARK"
kept in .tk.. .'t:

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